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    I know C, C++, VB6, VB.net, C#, ASP.Net, Java, PHP, JSP, EJB, ABAP(Advance Business Application Programming, Used in SAP) Now trying to learn Javascript, Python and Ruby.

    I am proud to say, I Love Programming..

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    Programming Languages

    C#, C++, Java, VB6, VB.NET, ASP/VBScript, Javascript, PHP, Assembly, and some ancient languages such as Cobol and Fortran.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ban Me View Post
    I know C, C++, VB6, VB.net, C#, ASP.Net, Java, PHP, JSP, EJB, ABAP(Advance Business Application Programming, Used in SAP) Now trying to learn Javascript, Python and Ruby.

    I am proud to say, I Love Programming..
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    C#, C++, Java, VB6, VB.NET, ASP/VBScript, Javascript, PHP, Assembly, and some ancient languages such as Cobol and Fortran.

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    Wow you guys must have some amazing projects in your portfolio. Lets see some of them.
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    Recently I am working on Assignment Plagiarism Analyzer. It works on institution level and checks if an assignment submitted by a student is original or not. It gives authority to teacher to create new assignments and declare its due date.. and some more additional features to create a controlled environment.

    Right now I have completed its first phase. And it can compare 2 articles for similarity. Its kinda similar to DupeFreePro application.
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    Wow you guys must have some amazing projects in your portfolio. Lets see some of them.

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    The only programming language that I know is visual basic

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    You have 1 year of vBulletin. lulz.. Stupid auto acronym thing eh?

    Okay so when you guys say you know this language and that. Are you serious or just kidding yourselves?
    Like could any of you really write a full fledged application in C#, PHP or Java that works?
    If not being able to open a already made programming file and edit little parts of it doesn't really count in my book as knowing a lanuage.
    With the ability to write a full fledged application in C#, PHP or Java you could call yourself a programmer.

    The only programming language that I know is visual basic other than editing little parts of PHP, JavaScript and SQL.

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    You sound like one of my old mentors who would say that until you could break down an OOP language to the underlying C to assembly and machine code you were not a "real" programmer...

    He would also say, that OOP programmers are spoiled and don't know what "real" programming was like when you had to wait a week in the queue to run your punch cards...no misplaced semicolins in that day, blah, blah, blah...

    I think the real standard, is if you state a language (or script) can you take a task and complete it with it... One of the best classes I ever took back in the day was the analysis of programming languages (kind of like learning Latin now I guess)...now not taught at most U.S. colleges unfortunately.

    All good stuff...I really became a true fan of OOP with the emergence of Java and C++ with how much more I could do in significantly less amounts of time. That with the increase in computing power over the past decade makes the memory requirements of OOP's so much less significant, I can't wait to see where we're at in 10 more years!

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    im learning PHP & MySql atm
    i have been trying to learn VB.Net 2008, C#, and Java But my mum is pissing me off nd forceing me to learn php so i can make financial calculator scripts in php for her nd so far i'v nearly finished what she wants me to do but the funny thing is that in order to do this script for her i need to learn advanced mathematics like university/college level to work out things like NPER and alot of other financial calculations that are in excel but not in php

    i have been meaning to learn JavaScript aswell
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    oo I know (x)HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, XML, ActionScript and SQL

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