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  1. #16
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    Oct 2005
    Borland Turbo BASIC for me
    I basically reached its limits that I moved on to the next powerful tool I had access: Turbo Pascal
    The rest is history: Basic -> Pascal -> C -> VB -> Java -> Perl/PHP/Python ....

  2. #17
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    Nov 2011
    Mine is Visual Basic,then ==> C Then ==> html ==> php ==> pascal ==> perl ==> c++ ===> c# ===> java ===>phython ===> mysql in oracle.
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  3. #18
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    Apr 2009
    New York City
    I started with HTML then moved on to php. Between HTML & php I stared pearl & python. Now I'm doing C

  4. #19
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    May 2006
    New Zealand
    QBasic -> ASP/VB -> PHP
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  5. #20
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    Mar 2007
    United Kingdom
    Basic, Assembly, QBasic, Pascal, Delphi, Borland C++, Visual Basic, PReS, HTML/Javascript/Classic ASP,, Coldfusion,, Java...

    Programming Styles
    Procedural, Scripting, Object Orientated, Service Orientated
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  6. #21
    Join Date
    Feb 2003
    Cumbernauld, Scotland, UK
    Programming languages :
    BASIC, DOS / batch file language, Javascript, PHP
    Third party software languages :
    There are probably others but they were so short lived I can't find them listed!
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  7. #22
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    Aug 2005
    behind my screen
    Basic and later Borland Delphi still currently use Embarcadero Technologies Delphi XE2.Borland does not exist anymore.......I also know my way around C++ builder but i dislike C++ (no not because it's a Microsoft language)

  8. #23
    Join Date
    Mar 2009
    Miami, Florida
    Hmm, good question

    1998 - Z80 Asm (Wanted to make Gameboy Games)
    2002 - C++ (High School Computer Science)
    2003 - Basic/VBasic
    2004 - Python
    2005 - PHP

    I am currently working on learning Java for Android Development
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  9. #24
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    Jul 2009
    The backplane
    Quote Originally Posted by viGeek View Post
    Wow, I forgot all about QBasic . . . good stuff.

  10. #25
    My first language was Basic on an Apple IIGS. It was in my middle school computer room. I used to skip other classes to spend more time in there, lol. I still have some of my PrintShop print outs. Back then a color monitor and printer combo was considered cutting edge technology, :-)

  11. QBASIC, VB6, Perl, PHP, Java

    You can almost tell someone's age by their language progression
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  12. #27
    Join Date
    Feb 2002
    New York, NY
    Quote Originally Posted by Jamie Edwards View Post
    BASIC, on a Vtech kid's toy in the 90s
    It sounds like we got a similar start. I learned BASIC on one of these little single-line computers:

    It didn't take me long to then discover GW-BASIC on my dad's computer, and QBasic on my uncle's computer, and I've been coding ever since.
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  13. #28
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    Mar 2005
    qbasic is the first lanuage I learned.
    But I use PHP, javascript now for websites.

  14. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by bqinternet View Post
    It sounds like we got a similar start. I learned BASIC on one of these little single-line computers:

    It didn't take me long to then discover GW-BASIC on my dad's computer, and QBasic on my uncle's computer, and I've been coding ever since.
    WOW, that thing is cool. I never seen anything like it. Time to add that to my eBay hit list! Looks like fun :-) The tape drive reminds me of my old TRS-80.

  15. #30
    Join Date
    Feb 2010
    East Coast
    Started with HTML.

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