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Old 02-20-2020, 11:58 PM   #16
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Android apps is using what language to program?
 
Old 02-21-2020, 01:53 AM   #17
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Android apps is using what language to program?
Have you ever used a search engine? Such as, https://www.google.co.jp/search?q=an...ming+language?
 
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Old 02-21-2020, 06:18 AM   #18
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My teacher said we will have group project to make a drone from buying components, and 3D printing the structure.
We need to program the drone IC.
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Android apps is using what language to program?
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Students are taught visual basic in school, to create form like simple calculator.
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What programming language to learn in Linux?
I am new to linux, my school teaches Windows visual studio.
For linux users, which programming language is most popular?
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Old 02-21-2020, 06:42 AM   #19
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high school? you got time to figure it out, do learn what is being provided to you. Now, in your spare time, w/Linux it is free, so providing yourself with a means to teach yourself as long as you got a computer available to you is free.

even with that specialized programing language you're bound to find out about data types, loops, functions, programing structures, GNU is free you can get to the internet so yeah, spare time teaching yourself if you are in bit of a hurry. Just do not let it take away from your studies, rather let it be an enhancement to them in your programing endeavor.

If you are planing on going into the dog eat dog programming world. you're going to have to lean how to program using a few languages, and on different OS'es, only because here are different OSes, (not just Windows), and this project sounds like a opportunity to learn something about embedded programing. So yeah pay attention and learn from it.

As stated learning one programming language will help you to pick up on others. So pay attention to the details.

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Old 02-21-2020, 09:58 PM   #20
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my group members have different opinions, some prefer Windows, some prefer Linux,
we are asked to Research ourselves.
We need to learn solidworks to create 3D model and export to the 3D printer.
There are many things to learn and do.
 
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It's the industry standard of stupidity. Their methodology is objectively junk. The only reason the TIOBE index exists is to provide free marketing for the company.
And it gives hack journalists something to write about every month on dice.com.
 
Old 02-24-2020, 08:21 PM   #22
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What programming language to learn in Linux?
Russian?

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Old 02-26-2020, 11:17 PM   #23
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Well, looking at this page https://www.solidworks.com/sw/suppor...uirements.html it seems it's originally designed to run on MSWin, new version runs on MAC/OSX Catalina as well.
See also "which lang to learn for the api" https://forum.solidworks.com/thread/205805
 
Old 02-27-2020, 03:54 AM   #24
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I suppose it does depend on whether you are just learning for school or if you really want to be a programmer/developer. If it was just for school, then it probably does not matter so much.

Otherwise, I would always expect to learn more than one language in the future. If on Windows, I would recommend C# - I started in VB and it was clear, working in a large dev team that it was easy to write shocking VB code. When we switched to C#, the code quality was a lot better. But another benefit is that C# is quite similar to Java - I actually learned Java at university, but got a job doing VB, then C# - a strange journey, but all I remember was that VB was horrible! Of course, Java works on Windows, Linux and Android (and Mac and more), so it is useful in theory.

Ironically, despite learning a lot of Java, most of my professional programming career involved C# and Python (with a bit of PHP thrown in there) - never touched Java for work although it helped to know it for C#.
 
Old 02-27-2020, 02:51 PM   #25
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I'm not much of a programmer but I've had some experience with a few different languages...C++, PHP, Visual Basic, etc. My suggestion...popularity shouldn't matter, just pick one and learn. The concepts you learn from one language can easily be transferred to another...the rest is just learning the syntax of a particular language.
 
Old 02-28-2020, 02:45 AM   #26
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I am new to linux, my school teaches Windows visual studio.
In
https://alternativeto.net/software/v...platform=linux
QT creator would be the place to start

BUT
you may need to get a guru.

OK
 
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script bash, perl, etc...
programming: c / C++ Python, anything that runs on Linux.
want to learn Windows program langs, run windows and get a few jobs to pay for all of the software to use.
 
Old 03-26-2020, 05:06 AM   #28
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"And so, I'm a little embarrassed to say, I never said anything publicly
about Lisp while we were working on Viaweb. We never mentioned it to
the press, and if you searched for Lisp on our Web site, all you'd find were
the titles of two books in my bio.
Many languages have something called a macro. But Lisp macros are unique.
And believe it or not, what they do is related to the parentheses. The
designers of Lisp didn't put all those parentheses in the language just to
be different. They are the outward evidence of a fundamental difference
between Lisp and other languages." Paul Graham Apr '03

"Actually it is Tk that is far more advanced than PyQt or Wx. I will explain
why. Tk is still ahead of most all GUI Toolkits by as much as fifteen to
twenty years as it is one of three of the only GUI Widget Toolkit made
from the Original Toolkit Library."
Robin Deatherage Namco Nintendo Nov '19
dev.to/amigosmaker/python-gui-pyqt-vs-tkinter-5hdd

Tcl/Tk bounties github.com/flightaware/Tcl-bounties

Some of my research I found
 
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Qt5 is a programming language with many examples.
 
  


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