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    Quote Originally Posted by Aytac01 View Post
    When I do them I never forget....
    Hmmm.. I wonder how you forget them.. Must be into PHP too much
    But I often forget them . You must be a good programmer. By the way, I know PHP/MySQL. I also knew C++ and VB, but not trying for a long time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diesel View Post
    But I often forget them . You must be a good programmer. By the way, I know PHP/MySQL. I also knew C++ and VB, but not trying for a long time.
    If you don't use it, you lose it. There's even cases of people forgeting their native language becasue they haven't spoken it since childhood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bogart View Post
    If you don't use it, you lose it.
    Yeah I haven't rode a bicycle either in years, I imagine if I got one now and just decided to speed down the highway with it, there is high probability of me having an accident or close call. But I don think the skill will leave your brain entirely. Its get shoved in that dusty place in your brain memory where things start to get fuzzy, I believe they call it, "refresh my memory"..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keldorn View Post
    Yeah I haven't rode a bicycle either in years, I imagine if I got one now and just decided to speed down the highway with it, there is high probability of me having an accident or close call. But I don think the skill will leave your brain entirely. Its get shoved in that dusty place in your brain memory where things start to get fuzzy, I believe they call it, "refresh my memory"..
    Look at it more like baseball. You aren't going to forget how to play. But you need to go out there. Get three outs in front of 50,000 people. You probably are going to get slammed.

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    one of my friend told me that when you knew one programming language, you knew most of them.
    for he knows php, asp and almost all because he knew C and C++.

    he add that, syntax will most likely be common to programmers when they knew one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatthehell View Post
    one of my friend told me that when you knew one programming language, you knew most of them.
    for he knows php, asp and almost all because he knew C and C++.

    he add that, syntax will most likely be common to programmers when they knew one.
    I believe it more about the programming methodology, not really the language. All high and low level languages are following the same methodology.

    For example in PHP, you have
    include 'class.something.php';

    In C++ you have
    #include <studio.c>

    Same thing, different syntax. So yeah you can learn pretty much any programming language once you learn one. Its just a matter of learning the syntax.

    Ironically enough all the high level programing languages like PHP, Perl, Ruby.. Are written in C. lol. Seriously download PHP and look at the source code.
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    Well I know:

    - C
    - C ++
    - JAVA
    - VB
    - SQL

    ....learnning PHP now

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    well i'm learning C#, JavaScript, PHP!

    At the moment i'm on PHP and JavaScript but i make some programs in C# as well!

    Simple, i want to be good

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    Currently know PHP and MySQL very well, and that's really all I've needed to work on my sites and build great apps. I do have to say I'm interested in learning JavaScript a bit deeper than I know it already, but that can come with time

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    I don't know it but I use PHP

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