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Programming Languages

Programming Languages Raisapius has used:

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Javascript
BASIC
C++
PHP
QBasic
Python
C#
Perl
2005–2008
Took an interest in this back during my first year of programming. I never used it in browsers; rather, I used it in a JS-based game engine called Sphere.
2005–2010
My first programming language was Yabasic. It was a pretty standard BASIC dialect, but lacked some of the more advanced features that dialects like QBASIC had. Still, I loved making various tools and toys with it. In my video game design class, I used to use a language called DarkBASIC, but I quit using it after graduating high school.
2005–
Tried to learn this during my first year. However, because I couldn't find anything to do with it just yet, I didn't start working with it until three years later.
2006–
Learned this after getting interested in server-side scripting. I've written an uber-simple wiki in it called Markerboard.
2006–2007
Actually, it was FreeBASIC, a "modernized" version of QBASIC. I liked its higher flexibility than Yabasic, but I eventually abandoned it for Python.
2007–
One of my favorites. When I started learning this, my skills began to fluorish, and because of that, I've written some of my best programs in this.
2007
Liked it at first, but found it pointless later on.
2008–
Hooray for regular expressions! I'm still in the process of learning this. OOP in Perl feels weird, though.
I only know this because of school, and only use it when school assignments require it.