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Top Programming Languages You Should Learn in 2018

A programming language is basically a communication system with a specific structure, content and use that sends orders to a computer.

Each year the use of the language changes this is why we want to bring you those languages ​​that we believe will set a trend this 2018 year.

https://www.blogsden.com/top-programming-languages/

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Pico-8 is like a console that didn't exist. Looks nice. This is a simple and clear introduction to it. Looks like a mini game maker kit.

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Thus is a good computer to build and play, whereas Raspberry Pi, although more powerful, is only play. Maximite line of computers is good for budding hardware engineers among us. Comes with MMBasic, clone of MBasic.

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This is interesting. SmileBasic does have voice synthesizer built-in. So, I wonder if this Pocket Miku and Korg synth can be programmed in it.

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C compiler in Smile Basic. Some CP/M emulator to boot!

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A sample dungeon written in Smile Basic. The source code is only two screens length.
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Cute animation about learning C. I think the best way to learn C is on Unix. Unix and C goes together like mash potato and gravy. I think the Foundation is short changing future programmers by not promoting C along with Python and Scratch.

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I'm curious whether or not this TRS Drawbot can be done with SmileBasic custom waveform audio output.

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Just in case you don't want to type everything using a stylus.
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