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Programming Languages

Programming Languages r1chardj0n3s has used:

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6502 Assembly
BASIC
68k Assembly
LOGO
Pascal
C
MATLAB
FORTRAN 77
TeX
csh
Python
PL/SQL
Java
Perl
PHP
1984–1989
10 print "hello" 20 goto 10 HELL YEAH!
1984–1987
My first assembler; also my first ever "scrolling text demo" (text scrolled across a screen using left shift opcode).
1986–1993
Getting to the metal on the old Amiga. Programming the blitter from the copper. Yeah. Those were the days.
1987
Turtle! Forward 100! Left 90! Forward 100! Left 90! Forward 100! Left 90! Forward 100! HAZ SQUARE!
1989–1990
Last year of high school and first year of Uni and NEVER AGAIN!
1990–
Introduced in the first year of Uni. Non-ANSI, of course. ANSI came later :-)
1992–1993
Some lovely concepts in discrete signal processing only became clear after plugging away in matlab...
1992–1996
Learnt at Uni and then used a little bit at the Australian Bureau of Meterology. Thankfully not much :-)
1993
Well, LaTeX to be specific, but custom stuff written for my Honors year report at Uni.
1993
Shell of choice for a brief spell at Uni.
1995–
Python 1.2 and I was hooked.
1997–1999
OMG I hope I never have to touch do it again.
1999–2001
2 years too much. Ugh. All that unnecessary typing!!!
1999–2001
2 years too much. See also Java.
2006–2009
So far roughly one week's worth in total, and I'm hoping that will be it, forever.