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C++ is my main language, i use C when the features of C++ arnt needed and i use fortran on some high performance computers. i know z80 and x86(upto and incuding 486) assembly. i have played with java, bash script, pascal, haskell, and other languages ive forgotten but i wouldnt say i know them. i am also trying to teach myself lisp.
I've used some apparent C derivative for basic games animation, and will probably have to learn Java for uni if I go to Warwick. The rest is personal messing.
Originally posted by coolman0stress I've also started learning LISP for purely idiosyncratic reasons
(= About 6 months ago, I decided to learn to read/write/speak a foreign language, and decided on Russian for that very reason. (there is not much use or call for the russian language in my area, since I can't even rent movies in russian... spanish, now that is a different story, since the hispanic population is quite large)
Last edited by TheLinuxDuck; 07-24-2003 at 09:11 AM.