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Eduard Karesli

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Hello programming crowd!
Question:
Why do I need a language such as Go when I have C++?
And why do I need D when I have C#? What's the point? I got top performance in server applications and in production using C++ and C#. There's Python and Java as well, why do we need more languages?
(Let the war begins!)
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+T Schofield 10/10 would read again
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Azarya Kamiki (S4CRE3D)

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Hey guys I think I take a wrong step to learn batch language and I don't see any use for learning it

The question is I want to learn something more harder and more usefull than batch but I don't know what. I want to create a simple program to become something like calculator.

I once try using database but it's not too usefull and the coding language is limited. Hope You Help
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Sounds like you are coding on Windows and need some useful features.

Visual Basic?
That's the first language I have learned.

I did some easy programs like calculators, lottery, calendars and games with vb6.

You can build apps with gui quickly and easily. Furthermore, you can write some vbscript to control your system, too.
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james igoe

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Monoid is a new programming typeface designed to be clean, uniform, and precise, just like good code.
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Carlos H D. J. (Kpto)

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Inspiring geek girl =)
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Holly Renee

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I make custom dresses featuring the programming code of your choice on it.

Any programming languages that would look better than others, you think?

http://www.shenovafashion.com/collections/women-in-tech/products/computer-code-dress

#programming   #code  
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+Zachary Bittner Do you want to say that we are all fat?!?!?! I think you don't know many of us.

I think the fat ones won't wear dresses but that's not a question of the job.


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Amit Lohar

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You guys probably already saw it by now, +Chris Thompson+Amit Lohar​ but the price is $389 for the 64 gb model with 4 gb of ram and $319 for the 16 gb model with 3 gb of ram
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Atul Dureja

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+Victor Alfonso Armijo hahaha... well it may b another definition.. :p
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Shekhar Kumar Jha

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Which programming language I should learn for the first time?
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Any language is fine...
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james igoe

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For most American workers, including many college graduates, the economic recovery has not meant significantly higher wages, research shows.
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Casiano Rodriguez-Leon

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Las carreras que más futuro laboral tienen son las relacionadas con las Ciencias, la Tecnología, la Ingeniería y las Matemáticas. En inglés se engloban bajo el acrónimo STEM y las
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Coders Lexicon

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We have a new ebook available! "Diagnosing the Problem" is an ebook that helps programmers of all levels and all languages locate software bugs and their underlying problems. In addition, we talk about how to communicate problems to non-coders so we can secure the resources we need to fix them. Check out this, and our other ebooks, from the link below. Show your support today!
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james igoe

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This is insane.
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Urvish Ramaiya

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check this out
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Eric, did you read Genki's post and mine?

Genki is saying and I quote: "Maybe it's a procedure as per C".

My point is that if you want to refer to a subroutine or subprogram that does not return a value then C is not the best example, first of all because from the portion of code that is showed you don't even know if it is a void function or not. You don't even know if it is ANSI C!

However in Pascal procedure is a reserved word to make clear the distinction with a function.

Of course you can call a function procedure and procedure function, again, is all about perception and how precise is your understanding of a certain computer language. 
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Nasa Nguyen

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Be a #Bootstrap Developer from scratch
http://buff.ly/1Io4kvz

If you feel useful for you and for everyone, please share it!
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Nikhil Kaul

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Achieving optimum test and requirement coverage is critical for delivering high quality applications to the marketplace. However, a high coverage result (something in high 80s or 90s) cannot be taken as a measure of effective testing or an indicator of testers achieving perfection. Leveraging processes that help determine sufficient coverage metrics and account for risk is therefore important. 

In this webinar, we discuss how to balance the trade-off between achieving high test coverage and actually testing code and requirements that matter.
In this webinar, we discuss how to balance the trade-off between achieving high test coverage and how testing code and requirements matter.
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Pierre Jackson

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Monoid is a new programming typeface, designed to be highly readable.

Looks nice.  But I think I'll stick with BrushScript for my code (haha).

http://bit.ly/1gZDsfB
Monoid is a new programming typeface designed to be clean, uniform, and precise, just like good code.
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+Lee Fear DITTO!
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Nicolas Ibarra

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Quick question: Is a WEB CRAWLER more reliable than a DATABASE to provide information?
In my view, web crawler may produce inconsistent (and therefor, not reliable) results since it depends on what is able to find, while databases always maintains the same information (consistency)
I would appreciate any thoughts on this subject. Thank you!
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Thanks for replying +Ken Mazaika
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james igoe

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A new generation of companies is applying mathematical models to determine if you will pay back a loan or stay in a job. Do they judge you more fairly than people do?
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I only support this if it turns out to be in my favor
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Lysander Daringer

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If you refactor a coroutine in VS, it changes the string references in StartCoroutine() and StopCoroutine() calls. I really wasn't expecting that, and I'm pleasantly surprised. I seem to recall that refactoring using Mono meant that I had to do a project search for string references afterward.

I wonder if this works with reflection as well, or if that's asking too much.
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I don't use VS, but Eclipse and IDEA do similar stuff...sometimes a bit too aggressively, but you can veto their suggestions. So probably!
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