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How many languages for visual studio 2005?

Discussion in 'Scripting & Programming' started by tech291083, May 21, 2006.

  1. tech291083

    tech291083 Bit Poster

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    hi,

    i do not know much about visual studio 2005, but can any one please tell me as how many languages can be used to write programs using this visual studio 2005 product? as far as i know and understand the following languages are supported.

    Visual Basic
    Visual C++
    Visual C#
    Visual J#

    cheers.
     
  2. d-Faktor
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    d-Faktor R.I.P - gone but never forgotten.

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    that's the full list. of course, it depends which edition (express, standard, pro, etc.) you use, but you won't get more than those four languages.

    http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/products/compare/default.aspx
     
  3. tech291083

    tech291083 Bit Poster

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    hi,

    thanks for the quick reply and the link. but i had read some where that it supports ruby,perl and a plethora of other good languages. this is what confusing me. i appreciate your help. but i would be happy if some more explanation or info is provided.cheers.
     
  4. d-Faktor
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    it does support perl, ruby, etc. through third-party plugins.
     
  5. Mathematix

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    As well as assembly language for the C++ compiler! ;)
     
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  6. hbroomhall

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    You could argue that it supports C as well - as C is a subset of C++ (sort of).

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  7. Mathematix

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    To my knowledge every C++ compiler supports C by default, so you can't count C as a further seperate language.
     
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