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Babels
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Welcome to nixers! Memes.
venam
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Welcome to our forums.
arcetera
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hi you're cool :)
pranomostro
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Memes.
Which programming languages do you like, which don't you like?
I need to know more about you ;)
Babels
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Thanks for the warm welcome everyone

(29-11-2015, 11:39 AM)pranomostro Wrote: Memes.
Which programming languages do you like, which don't you like?
I need to know more about you ;)

Some I like: Scheme, C, Go, Perl, Python and Ruby
Some I dislike: Rust, Java, Javascript and php
pranomostro
Long time nixers
Okay, let's see:
Scheme-good
C-good
Go-cool
Perl-I hope it's perl 6...
python-okay
ruby-slow 'n easy.
rust, java, javascript, php-I can accept your opinions.

Welcome!
kirby
Long time nixers
Perl is great don't let these scrubs hold you down. Welcome to Nixers!
pranomostro
Long time nixers
@kirby:
>scrubs
Hey!

Perl is the leading front in some things, I guess.
For example with using arbitrary precision numbers per default.
But I guess you will have to admit that there is a reason
why perl6 is developed (which is itself one of the most interesting
programming projects i have ever heard of).
schisma
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(04-12-2015, 08:54 AM)pranomostro Wrote: @kirby:
>scrubs
Hey!

Perl is the leading front in some things, I guess.
For example with using arbitrary precision numbers per default.
But I guess you will have to admit that there is a reason
why perl6 is developed (which is itself one of the most interesting
programming projects i have ever heard of).
you guys need to accept your new javascript overlords, sigh
venam
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(04-12-2015, 08:54 AM)pranomostro Wrote: @kirby:
>scrubs
Hey!
Perl is the leading front in some things, I guess.
For example with using arbitrary precision numbers per default.
But I guess you will have to admit that there is a reason
why perl6 is developed (which is itself one of the most interesting
programming projects i have ever heard of).
Perl is one of my favourite language.
No, it doesn't have arbitrary precision by default. You need to big::int or something else.

A lot of the syntax is similar to shell and it provides an easy way to integrate it with Unix commands.
vypr
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