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Anonymous 10/11/2020 (Sun) 08:46:27 [Preview] No. 14358
Ok, I know Java, Soython, JS, a bit PHP, C and Bash.
Idk just wanted to learn a new lang, to replace all these soylangs I know, thought about Rust and Go.
What is your opinion on that? Should I go for Rust or Go?
Why?


Anonymous 10/11/2020 (Sun) 08:58:24 [Preview] No.14359 del
Just make your own language m8.


Anonymous 10/11/2020 (Sun) 09:59:48 [Preview] No.14360 del
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>Just make your own language m8.
But I know no lang to make a proper compiler


Anonymous 10/13/2020 (Tue) 06:17:41 [Preview] No.14363 del
>>14358
>to replace all these soylangs I know
>Rust or Go?
I think they're both good languages, but of all the things to call soylangs here mate...
Between the two I suspect Go would be easier than rust to learn, but I doubt you'd be getting much out of it besides Goroutines considering the languages is supposed to be simple. With rust you'll have to deal with ownership, which I found odd to deal with in c++.

Outside of those two maybe consider "mastering" one of the languages you know and delving into the more obscure features. For example I was unfamiliar with generators in python and learned about them later. As well as prototypes or the JS engine in javascript
None of the languages you listed are particularly functional either, so maybe consider learning a functional one.


Anonymous 10/13/2020 (Tue) 09:08:36 [Preview] No.14364 del
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More suggestions:

Scheme: a lisp that isn't as pleb as Common Lisp. Functional without being as hardcore as Haskell. Python was heavily inspired by it.

Haskell: the srs bsns functional language with all the trippy abstractions.

D: think C++ but invented by a C++ compiler writer who got sick of C++. Might be easier than Rust if you already know C-like languages.

Kotlin: like Java but with enough improvements that you won't want to go back to Java.

Typescript: JS + static types.


Anonymous 10/13/2020 (Tue) 11:36:06 [Preview] No.14365 del
This is how all the programmers waste their lives, learning endless stupid languages made by someone else, instead of learning to make their own. Then when the industry says to learn New Thing, the hype machine starts up and everyone is talking about New Thing like it's gonna magically solve the world's problems. Rince, Repeat, until death. In the end you'll have learned nothing.


Anonymous 10/14/2020 (Wed) 15:20:19 [Preview] No.14368 del
cobol


Anonymous 10/19/2020 (Mon) 06:23:44 [Preview] No.14383 del
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>>14358
stay the fuck away from gay jew nigger languages. forget the first three you said you know. forget the two you thought about learning. what's the point of replacing gay jew nigger languages with other gay jew nigger languages? stick with C. ada and pascal are good languages. perl is a good language. lisp is a good language. it is hard to make c++ a good language so it should be avoided.


Anonymous 10/21/2020 (Wed) 02:46:27 [Preview] No.14384 del
Is this the general programming learning thread? If so I have some thoughts and would like advice from the masters.

Already have a somewhat good foundation in C, and I'm planning on learning C++ later. Want to use it for general applications and a bit of game development down the line. I'm learning Vulkan too, but that isn't really related in any way and I don't really care about OpenGL or DirectX at the moment.
Any advice while learning C++? I've already got the book C++ Primer open and I've started that. It feels pretty shitty to be honest, but my C knowledge is filling in the gaps, so luckily I'm not being left behind (too much...). How's Go as an alternative to C++?


Anonymous 10/21/2020 (Wed) 22:52:43 [Preview] No.14385 del
>>14383
>what's the point

Getting a job? Money?


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Anonymous 10/22/2020 (Thu) 00:09:36 [Preview] No.14387 del
http://www.winprog.org/tutorial/start.html

Use WSL to compile with mingw64 for native PE32 .exe

Or go down the MSVC route...


Anonymous 10/23/2020 (Fri) 00:19:01 [Preview] No.14391 del
>>14384
if you know c, that's a great start
if you're a stupid faggot then go is a good alternative
c++ is a monster of a language and it's growing. those quotes by wirth, raymond, torvalds on c++ make even more sense with each new version.
my advice would be to learn it through practice, introducing c++ crap slowly, and using books as reference (c++ primer is a good reference book).
learning from books is shit because most technical books are shit - few tech books can compare to k&r ansi c for instance.
object orientation is for the most part mental retardation and the way functional crap is used nowadays is cancer as well

>>14385
yeah this makes sense, for that purpose one has no choice but to join the nigger cattle.
i pity those poor souls who work with technology after 2011.



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