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  1. QBASIC, VB6, Perl, PHP, Java

    You can almost tell someone's age by their language progression
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    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:

    http://www.vintage-computer.com/laser50.shtml

    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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    qbasic is the first lanuage I learned.
    But I use PHP, javascript now for websites.

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    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:

    http://www.vintage-computer.com/laser50.shtml

    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.

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    Started with HTML.

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    VB6 but i like networking and i hate programming

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    Hello,

    I started with qbasic when I was 9. I created a couple text rpgs and shared with my friends.

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    it was funny, I started playing around with qbasic, but never really learned a lang until late highschool I think it was pascal or something. Now I know about 40 different lags and can do almost any type of programming. Once you get the logic down your good to go.

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    C++, but that was in high school. Now I'm more geared towards the web programming languages, although I'll probably hop back onto the software development market soon and pickup C++ again.
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    10 PRINT "This is my first BASIC program"
    20 GOTO 10

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    HTML.

    Unless you want to count BBCode. 3:

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    well... id say html but then again html is not a programming language-its a markup language. soooo back in the early 2000's id guess it was js probably. Also thats when i started C more or less but i cant work out which was first. its one of those either way.

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    Pascal . A great language ...
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    html then to css and to c++

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    Basic and few years later html
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    Quick basic, then Pascal

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    VB.NET -> C# -> Javascript

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    HTML + Pascal
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    BASIC & logo

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    My start itself was C++

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    C++ then C
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    Cobol ...

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    Python.

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    BASIC -> HTML -> PHP -> Python -> Java + C# -> C++

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    Quote Originally Posted by techstubble View Post
    TCSH -> Java -> Perl -> PHP -> Python

    I still love Perl, it's so versatile for quick solutions.

    i haven't used python but someone told me it is also good. i learned html and css

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