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Quick summary of programming languages.
- Terse, but pedantic as fuck
- Based Motorola ASM, so many variants, so much serial port downloading.
- x86 ASM is pretty neat too, also known as PC ASM. Pain in the ass because AT&T is the UNIX standard, and Intel is the DOS standard and they are so close but its the little things that are different. Enough different to be a pain in the dick.
- Designed to be a "portable assembly language"
- Very fast, but dangerous to write in because no memory management or bounds checking
- Will teach you a lot about memory and lower level computing
- Used mainly for systems/microcontroller programming
- Small language, with very small standard library
- Very, very large and feature-filled language
- Considered verbose at times
- C, but with OOP on top, and massive set of massive libraries.
- Considered dangerous to write in because, like C, there is no memory management
- Almost as fast as C
- What Java should have been
- Runs on .NET or the Mono framework
- Is very similar to Java, with some extra stuff borrowed from C++
- Very portable; compiling down to bytecode, which is then executed by the JVM
- Object oriented language
- Very large and enterprise
- Huge libraries and a lot of software is written in it
- Very verbose APIs
- Receives a lot of undue criticism
- Can be convoluted to write in sometimes
- Is made fun of for the design patterns people use with it, and for the verbose naming schemes often used
- Executable math. Math is 2hard. You do the math.
- Monads end up infecting everything. Fuck monads.
- Family of programming languages.
- Intially appeared in 1958.
- Changes the way you will think about how you write code in other languages, because of the different paradigm
- Very easy to read and simple (and fun) to write
- Kinda slow
- Uses whitespace indentation to separate logical blocks
- Excellent for scripting
- Considered the antithesis of Perl
- Focus on programmer happiness
- Fully object-oriented
- Elegant, readable code
- As slow as any dynamic language will be
- Excellent for general-purpose programming, scripting, text processing and web dev
- Best of Perl without the Rest of Perl
- Makes concurrency/multithread shit a breeze.
- Uses a specialised VM that has a hard time crunching numbers, and an even harder time handling strings.
- >It can do anything C can do, guise!!1
- Lots of property implementations, only a few decent FOSS ones.
- Still slower than C
- >muh goto