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Best Languages To Learn Today!!
RYANTADIPARTHI (5999)

Some of the most popular languages can perform any tasks and are very useful. Here's a list of some:

  1. Python - The top most popular language of all. Some detailed descriptions would be Python is an interpreted, object-oriented, high-level programming language with dynamic semantics. ... Python's simple, easy to learn syntax emphasizes readability and therefore reduces the cost of program maintenance. Python supports modules and packages, which encourages program modularity and code reuse.

here's some code:

print("hello world!") # prints hello world in the console.
  1. Javascript - this is also good. It can make a lot in combinations with HTML, and CSS. It makes lots of games and takes many great modules, and ways to do.

code:

document.write("hello") // writes hello
  1. Java - Most people use this. It performs lots of tasks. It was most popular when it came out in the 20th century

  2. C# a higher version of c, and has more qualities, along with the usual c. It is in the league of the mother of all languages

  3. C - Used to create games. Which everyone likes! Same with this.

  4. C++ - This is one of the most popular languages, and uses today's operating systems embedded services. It gives clear data structures and helps make code easier.

code:

#include <iostream>

int main() {
    std::cout << "Hello World!";
    return 0;
}
  1. GO - Is actually known, and is popular. Made by a popular company

  2. R - is used to make documents like powerpoint, and word, and docs. Mainly useful for these things. It also helps markdown more better. R is hard to learn, since it changes, and takes radical software. But you have to try.

code:

print(paste("How","are","you?"))
  1. Swift - Used for os, and mobile apps.

  2. PHP - Is kind of hated, but pretty cool to learn And also is used in HTML, and css. But it is now outdated.


Here are a few sources:

python - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Python_(programming_language)
javascript - https://www.w3schools.com/js/DEFAULT.asp
java - https://www.java.com/en/
c# - https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/csharp/
c - https://www.cprogramming.com/tutorial/c-tutorial.html
c++ - http://www.cplusplus.com/doc/tutorial/
go - https://golangbot.com/
R - https://www.statmethods.net/r-tutorial/index.html
swift - https://docs.swift.org/swift-book/GuidedTour/GuidedTour.html
PHP - https://www.w3schools.com/php/DEFAULT.asp

Well That's it. Hope you learned some cool languages to learn.

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CodeLongAndPros (1596)

Uh. I'd call this cycle farming, given that you only covered three.

RYANTADIPARTHI (5999)

@CodeLongAndPros what? This isn't even cycle farming. This is just telling people the languages for fun.

RYANTADIPARTHI (5999)

@CodeLongAndPros oh. Ok, but please know that this wasn't for cycle farming. Just to let people know for fun.

ObiVibKenobi (169)

Lol I don’t think so. He went over some of the best ones, but didn’t show too many examples. But he gave examples for like 3, and you can’t expect him to know all those languages well. @CodeLongAndPros

CodeLongAndPros (1596)

@ObiVibKenobi Please try using Google. I can Google "hello world in Haskell" and copy and paste.

RYANTADIPARTHI (5999)

hey @CodeLongAndPros did you get a notification. i called you. Someone named pattanahmed said that he/she would take my idea of the anger test. That's a post in the share, that i posted. So that person would take that idea, and implement something called a manner test, and post it as his/hers.

CodeLongAndPros (1596)

@RYANTADIPARTHI Yes, I saw it. No, I didn't deal with it because I've been awake for 30 mins.

RYANTADIPARTHI (5999)

@CodeLongAndPros uhh, what do you mean by you've been awake for 30 minutes?

CodeLongAndPros (1596)

@RYANTADIPARTHI Until 30 mins ago I was in a temporary coma.

RYANTADIPARTHI (5999)

@CodeLongAndPros oh, ok, well if you are good now, can you solve it now? Thanks!

RYANTADIPARTHI (5999)

@CodeLongAndPros yeah ik, it seems that person deleted it. But go to that person's profile, and you will see it. It seems he/she named it manner test.

RYANTADIPARTHI (5999)

@CodeLongAndPros yes, that's the one. Doesn't it seem similar to my idea of the anger test?

RYANTADIPARTHI (5999)

@CodeLongAndPros no not yet. But he/she said they are going to, when he/she is done with it.

CodeLongAndPros (1596)

@RYANTADIPARTHI Did they post it? If they didn't, I'm not going to do anything.

RYANTADIPARTHI (5999)

@CodeLongAndPros oh, ok, i'll ping you when they do post it alright?

CodeLongAndPros (1596)

@RYANTADIPARTHI if they post it.
And they could have:

  • Forked it by accident
  • Forked it to make a backup
  • Forked it to add features

Also, what did you want me to do because they forked it? Delete it?

RYANTADIPARTHI (5999)

@CodeLongAndPros uhh, it's definitely not one of the features. The person specifically said, I'll fork this, and make my own called manner test, which basically does the same thing as my post - Ask questions, and add score, and anger, or happy. But When they do post it, it's up to you, since you are the moderator. But maybe tell that person why you are deleting the post, and then you can delete it. But you can do what you want.

Bookie0 (5964)

bruh this is pretty short, you didn't even precise C#, C++, and R!!! Also you have to include more stuff about each language, maybe some code on it, when it was created, etc. I'd say about a paragraph for each language.

like with just this, I can't really know about the languages, thus I have no idea what to learn or stuff like that lol

RYANTADIPARTHI (5999)

@Bookie0 well, i'm just giving an overview, not like a full out. It's just to see which languages are good.

RYANTADIPARTHI (5999)

@Bookie0 but i can do some of your suggestions though

Bookie0 (5964)

still @RYANTADIPARTHI doesnt mean you have to do a pretty short thing

Bookie0 (5964)

you only did python and JS, you don't even precise C++, and R.

Made by a popular company

very precise

and did you cite your sources...?
@RYANTADIPARTHI

RYANTADIPARTHI (5999)

@Bookie0 the description is not necessary for everything.

Bookie0 (5964)

well, don't you want to make a good tutorial/post?

like at least say what R and C++ are for and what they are!!! @RYANTADIPARTHI

ObiVibKenobi (169)

I think that JS and Python are pretty even, given that each has features the other does not, and each can make up for it with packages and modules.

blubberblat (0)

What.... that's not what C# is....
C# is a java clone if anything.
C# has absolutely nothing to do with C, other than the name.

AmazingMech2418 (1043)

Python:

The top most popular language of all.

False. Java and C++ are going back and forth for that spot...

Also, JS > Python

JS:

this is also good

Again, JS > Python

It can make a lot in combinations with HTML, and CSS.

Forgetting Node?

Java:

Um... It's still popular. Also, mobile development for Android...

C#:

No. Just no. (also, you forgot Unity and ASP.NET usages of C#...)

C:

Used to create games.

Uh... What? Do you mean C# or C++?

Same with this.

?

C++:

...uses today's operating systems embedded services

What do you mean? Do you mean "used in"?

Go:

First off, the "o" is not capitalized. Second, did you forget about its server capabilities?

R:

is used to make documents like powerpoint, and word, and docs

Uh. What? That's not R... R is data science...

It also helps markdown more better.

What does R have to do with Markdown? And ever heard of grammar?

R is hard to learn, since it changes, and takes radical software. But you have to try.

What?

Swift:

Used for os

Uh... No, it isn't...

PHP:

Is kind of hated

Not really...

Overall, before you post a tutorial on Repl.it, please read through and make sure you have accurate information and that it is grammatically correct.

KrazyOrange (27)

I feel like swift should be higher up on the list.

KrazyOrange (27)

I use it a lot, and it's really fun and easy. And I feel like it's more powerful than Python. (I mean, Swift is used to code apps.)
@RYANTADIPARTHI

RYANTADIPARTHI (5999)

@KrazyOrange. Sure, but everyone knows python is the best.

KrazyOrange (27)

Python is great for beginner stuff, like simple text based games, but it's not really used for much else.
@RYANTADIPARTHI

RYANTADIPARTHI (5999)

@KrazyOrange. Actually it is used for a lot. Search it u anywhere.

KrazyOrange (27)

Hhmm i guess so. And for repl.it, swift isn't the best choice because it's not really meant for that, but otherwise, swift is a great language.
@RYANTADIPARTHI

RYANTADIPARTHI (5999)

@KrazyOrange. YEah, i guess it is a great language, put python IS the best though

KrazyOrange (27)

I guess it's a matter of opinion, really.
@RYANTADIPARTHI

KrazyOrange (27)

What do you mean? Either a person likes a language or they don't! Most people do prefer python
@RYANTADIPARTHI

RYANTADIPARTHI (5999)

@KrazyOrange. YEs, which is why i'm saying python is best not on opinions, but facts.

KrazyOrange (27)

Swift is way faster, but python is easier to learn. Is that what you mean?
@RYANTADIPARTHI

KrazyOrange (27)

Both languages have their pros and cons.
@RYANTADIPARTHI

RYANTADIPARTHI (5999)

@KrazyOrange. I'm just saying python is better than swift.

KrazyOrange (27)

I like your profile saying! 😆 It cracked me up.
@RYANTADIPARTHI

k9chelsea2 (785)

statistically or however its spelt, C or js are the more popular langs not python lol

RYANTADIPARTHI (5999)

@k9chelsea2 well, most say python is more popular, but i guess what you're saying could be true too.

SixBeeps (5052)

@k9chelsea2 I'm no Pythonista, but Python is arguably more popular nowadays by a longshot.

k9chelsea2 (785)

what are you basing that off @sixbeeps

SixBeeps (5052)

@k9chelsea2 Go take a look at Share, sorting by New, and observe the sheer amount of Python posts. According to the StackOverflow survey this year, I severely underestimated JS's popularity, but C is still less popular than Python by 7 ranks.

SixBeeps (5052)

@k9chelsea2 And take this with a grain of salt, but no, I am not saying Python is a better language. It is simply more used.