Discussion in 'polls' started by GUI_Tex, Mar 1, 2006.
I voted still learning. I know html and css pretty well. That's about it.
Hobby: AI in zero sum board games (i.e connect four, chess)
(Due to other obligations this one will run out soon)
Job: Developing lighting simulation algorithms (radiosity)
It is still a continious learning process.
I am doing Computer Science and Engineering.
So true, I've had to learn a bit of Java for 2 projects (one requires a Java applet) and the other is using a website running on Tomcat.
I know some low lvl languages and some easy ones like BASIC, html and php.
I also know C++, but I think it will take some more months to truly master it.
COBOL; z/OS Assembler; REXX: C; C+; C++; Pascal; SQL; JAVA; Basic; VB Basic; Python; ...
Assembly, C, C++, java, and bit of perl.
Left is the default GUI and what I made is on the right GUI..
I dunno if that was a joke or not, but i seriously have tried to learn some coding but its hard with my add
Only . . . - - - . . . = SOS lol.
Seriously though, i give a big thumbs up to those that can code, at whatever level, because i can't. Not that i've tried, but i've seen plenty of it over the years, and most of it looks a nightmare.
Not everyone can code, it comes natural to me.. C++ is not all that complex.
2. build the code into binary (exe)
3. debug the code if it doesn't build into a binary
4. build the code into binary (exe)
5. Hope it works.
It's a lot of work.. But you got to enjoy it!
Started with Fortran 4 on punch cards and have been expanding ever since...
Visual Basic For Applications, Visual Basic, C.
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