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LPC

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mpirnat - 5 years
eMBee - 26 years
bg4 - 9 years
Vector - 22 years
drakkos - 19 years
Tigwyk - 19 years
Kanru - 18 years
xhae - 3 years
1991–1995
I miss The MUD Institute.
1992–
learned it on a local LPMUD in university, continue to use it in its reimplementation Pike
1996–2004
Programming LPC for Kingdoms MUD (kingdoms.se) that made me realize I was destined for a Computer Science degree. Ahh, the memories :)
1996–
I was introduced to it by a friend on a MUD that we both use to play. Still continue to write code in this language.
1999–
Ah, LPC - the most niche of the languages I know. Started off with writing LPC on Discworld MUD, and continue to write it even to this day. I also wrote a couple of texts on the subject of LPC coding using the Discworld mudlib, available at http://www.monkeys-at-keyboards.com
1999–
I originally learned it on a friend's LPMud while trying to explore as many programming languages as possible. I've now used it for my own hobby mud and a mud that I'm coding for. It's an amazing language for being in such a small niche.
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2001–2003
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