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Programming Languages

Discussion in 'Scripting & Programming' started by Mr.Cheeks, Jul 3, 2006.

  1. Mr.Cheeks

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    I was looking for something on the net, and this came up, which :blink i thought had nothing to do with what i wanted...

    Here is a big list which loads of programming languages (not sure whether these are still in use) - just to note that you wont find any MS languages here... http://microsoft.toddverbeek.com/lang.html


    Edit: removed the trailing forward slash as Harry suggested as it was giving 404 page not found errors - Pete
     
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    c# and vb?
     
  3. Mr.Cheeks

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    (You may want to edit that to remove the final /)

    Interesting list. There are a few *very* obscure ones that are missing, some of which I have had to program in in the past!

    Thanks for that though.

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    oh, i'm sure there are quite a few more missing from this list. :tune
     
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    OK i found that list pretty interesting, but where do you work out java being slang for coffee.

    its nowhere near dog and bone (phone)
     
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    OK i get it but i aint impressed, who comes up with this sort of stuff lol
     
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  10. Mr.Cheeks

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    Harry - why does the / (forward slash) give 404 errors?
     
  11. d-Faktor
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    i think harry missed this one. is it okay if i answer?

    by adding a trailing slash the browser is telling the web server that it is requesting a directory, not a file. the web server can't comply, because it doesn't have a directory by that name. hence the error.

    perhaps your next question will be, why do you see many internet addresses that do have trailing slashes? well, usually the web server is configured to know how to handle an address that does not include a file name. namely, the web server has been told to look for a default file, usually index.html or default.html. so if the server gets a request for http://domainname/directory/, it knows to look for http://domainname/directory/index.html and display that one.
     
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    ah good old c++! i actually had a project about 2 xmas' ago to do in it... took be 3 weeks day and night...

    all 25 pages of code by good old zimbo!

    btw who started off with pascal here? i had to do that too then vb ... finished up with data structures for C++ (pointers, linked queues and linked lists... FIFO!!! :biggrin :biggrin ) what i did to get my HND for uni!!! 8)
     

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    I did loads of programming when I was at uni, I wrote EPOS software (in VB and C++) for small businesses as my dissertation and ended up selling the software to a company when I left uni, happy days!

    The closest I come to writing code these days is putting in a batch file, I do try to sneak in some VB script when I can though! :biggrin
     
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    Thanks for answering that for me - I was away for a few days in Edinburgh with only limited 'net access!

    Harry.
     
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    Hey, can I just say great link. :)

    Back in 1998'ish, I used to program some in basic, and learnt Pascal at college.... oh, the memories. :biggrin
     
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  17. Mr.Cheeks

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    now you really sound old Ludd...
     

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