Your favorite programming language?

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According to PHP is best programming language to learn.
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  • Profile picture of the author dsimie
    what to increase your post count?
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  • Profile picture of the author Mortis
    PHP is far from being the best language to start from (in my opinion).

    C or C++ if you prefer an OOP (object oriented programing) are better language to get you started. They have better structure and more rules that you need to follow. After learn this you will easily learn different languages syntax and rules.

    I have no doubt that different programmers will have different opinions as every one has his preferences. To give an example if i only wanted to be a web designer i would start at HTML5 + CSS and some JavaScript. After that, to get dynamic pages and store information (users of the site, their info...), will need to learn PHP and MySQL. Both free to use.

    So define what you want and search whats best and needed to get you there.

    Thx for the great forum, still a newbie arround IM
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    • Profile picture of the author WEBGEEK
      I agree. php is more flexible and more secure comparing to other languages
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  • Profile picture of the author Ninja Ana
    Yes, I agree PHP is so far the best programming language available at free of cost that can be get easily from the market. Its coding style is quiet easy to understandable and it is very efficient on multi-platforms like Windows, Linux, and UNIX etc.
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  • Profile picture of the author wayfarer
    hasn't this question been asked before?
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    • Profile picture of the author Rotwic
      Originally Posted by wayfarer View Post

      hasn't this question been asked before?
      Not just in this forum.
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  • Profile picture of the author ZishanAhmed
    ASP.NET C# is one of the best for windows environment and PHP is the best for other environment.
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  • Profile picture of the author SaurabhDatta
    Depends on the kind of software you wanna build.

    If you're looking at developing websites and web apps, PHP is the way to go. Learning JS and ajax are essential.

    If you wanna build automation software, try your hand at function programming, namely Erlang. If you get the hang of it correctly, you'll be able to build massively paralleled, fault tolerant software.

    For mediocre Desktop-based apps, any language within the .Net framework would suffice, C# being the most popular.

    Seeing Scrapebox and Xrumer's efficiency in terms of multithreading, Lazarus Delphi needs a worthy mention. Won't find worthwhile material though.

    QUESTION: Ever run f*ing 500 threads of C# or VB.net???? HAH!!! I've done so effortlessly in scrapebox a million times.
    That's where the others a re GREAT, and Mycrowsaufte sucks...
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  • Profile picture of the author James Andy
    I like PHP, HTML and ASP these are my favorite languages.
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  • Profile picture of the author diklon
    My favorite language is C++ And Asp.Net C#. Because it is multiple platform supported languages and easy to learn. We Could make great future in these programming languages.
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  • Profile picture of the author YemTv
    I like PHP,Vb both are my favorite languages.
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  • Profile picture of the author FredBliss
    I have built my business using PHP, but Python is definitely gaining a lot of ground these days.
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    • Profile picture of the author Bic pens
      PHP is widely used. It's easy to learn, for a programming language. It is very popular in the open source world, where applications like WordPress and Drupal live. One reason is that PHP is itself open source. Learning PHP can help you:
      · Understand how the Web really works
      · Understand business value on the web
      · Install and manage software
      · Customize and extend software
      · Write your own programs
      · Work with others more effectively
      · Decide on a career.
      Now a day PHP is quite well-known inside programmers due to its effortless program code and also excellent characteristics.
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    • Profile picture of the author artemis360
      Originally Posted by FredBliss View Post

      I have built my business using PHP, but Python is definitely gaining a lot of ground these days.
      Python has been around for awhile.... you're just now discovering it.
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  • Profile picture of the author indiandating
    I think Joomla is the good language
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    • Profile picture of the author RDS bar
      Originally Posted by indiandating View Post

      I think Joomla is the good language
      joomla its CMS, not language
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    • Profile picture of the author artemis360
      Originally Posted by indiandating View Post

      I think Joomla is the good language
      :confused: Wow - I guess Joomla is a language now huh.... Joomla is a CMS written mainly in php.
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    • Profile picture of the author john8954
      Originally Posted by indiandating View Post

      I think Joomla is the good language
      My friend joomla is not language its a CMS which is made in PHP server side language. So don,t say Joomla is language. PHP is not language while its an server side scripting language.
      PHP is open source.
      Cheers
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    • Profile picture of the author phpindia
      Originally Posted by indiandating View Post

      I think Joomla is the good language

      Joomla is not a programming language. Its a CMS which is used for managing content for a website easily. PHP is one of the best language according to me because we can have good support of CMS like Joomla, Magento and Wordpress with it.
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    • Profile picture of the author Lchoate
      Originally Posted by indiandating View Post

      I think Joomla is the good language
      Joomla isn't a language though. It's a software CMS package written in php. And since I'm replying to this, I may as well add my two cents...

      for what I do, (web "stuff"), php is by far the best. Compared to classic ASP, which is what I started with, it is more powerful and doesn't have nearly the hassles associated with that crap web-server IIS. Try writing a multi-file uploader in asp. Want to throw in a ajax status bar? Forget it! Want to make a string proper-case in asp? You'll be writing a function for that. With php, all those simple manipulations are built-in.

      Then you get to cost. PHP is free, mysql is free, both are open-source so any security holes are known and patched (arguably). Windows is not free, SQL is very expensive if you license it correctly - hell, the servers are too and once you pay all that money, you are locked in to a specific vendor. With php, I can think of at least 6 different OSes that I run it on, under 2 different webservers and a number of db servers (yes, including MSSQL). That level of flexibility is pretty hard to beat.

      .net seems nice, but I think its a big fat bloated pig. I'm not a .net programmer so my knowledge is limited but it appears that it comes with a big ol' framework attached to it. Nice if you are going to use it, but its just bloat-ware if not.

      The new version of php supports namespaces so for OO guys (and gals) its nice to see that.
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  • Profile picture of the author bhushan@rancor
    Asp.net is good language rather then php.
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  • Profile picture of the author whiterock
    I would prefer to work with language php but sometimes as per clients requirement i would prefer to use asp.net too
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  • Profile picture of the author LRusinas
    PHP and Java
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    • Profile picture of the author Zenera
      ASP.Net / C#.Net & VB.Net
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    • Profile picture of the author Delta90
      Originally Posted by LRusinas View Post

      PHP and Java
      +1 I've tried ASP and C++ but I didn't really like it as much.
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  • Profile picture of the author RDS bar
    i prefer PHP
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  • Profile picture of the author dc2012
    C++ is my favorite
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  • Profile picture of the author mmrumii
    PHP is my favorite language.
    I'm not expert on it but trying to learn .
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  • Profile picture of the author nick8820
    I love coding in C++ and Java
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  • Profile picture of the author jsjohn96
    My favorite is Basic because It was my first language
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  • Profile picture of the author theemperor
    According to the sentence makes no sense.
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  • Profile picture of the author sstarlin
    C++ is my favorite
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  • Profile picture of the author prseo
    I love coding in Java
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  • Profile picture of the author roxitsc
    I agree with PHP, it's really easy to learn and it's useful, since all is all over the internet.
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  • Profile picture of the author najincanajwa
    My favorite is PHP, It's being used all over the world . Without PHP we could not use this forum
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  • Profile picture of the author itcongress
    PHP is my favorite
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    • Profile picture of the author Lisa RRB
      C# is my favorite to program in. Pretty much anything on the .NET framework.
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  • Profile picture of the author kathleenquinn
    My Favourite Language is HTML . it is easy to use and remember.
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  • Profile picture of the author niksloves785
    PHP is best programming language.
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  • Profile picture of the author extremeboy
    PHP is best for web based programming

    Java is the world best language because it's use in Mobile, Independence platform etc (Java Developer Have High $$$$ paying than any other language developer)


    MY favorite is: what i will be learning at current time
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  • Profile picture of the author mikejohnsnap
    i like Advance java - Servlet ,Jsp most.
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  • Profile picture of the author phil.wheatley
    My fave is Zx Spectrum Basic, I was going to say you can write stuff like Sabrewulf with it, until I realised that was machine code. Oh well :-)
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    • Profile picture of the author janecristy
      I like PHP, Html and java.PHP is open source language while java belongs to sunmicros, and dot net to microsoft..
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  • Profile picture of the author Bruce Wayne
    Mostly I like PHP, C#, C/C++. They are really powerful programming languages.
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  • Profile picture of the author DeniX3
    The programming language i learned was ruby. It is also the one i liked at most.
    I just need to learn the web automation stuff with it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dan Grossman
    LOLCODE, definitely.
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  • Profile picture of the author seoprovideproxy
    Hi

    My favorite programming language is c,c++ and OOPS.
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  • Profile picture of the author John Ayling
    My favourite is definitely C#
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  • Profile picture of the author edbarnes
    My favorite is also PHP, but you cannot say that It's the best programming language out there, there's no such thing every language has It's own uses
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  • Profile picture of the author asadulhaq
    Java is my favorite
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    • Profile picture of the author gcampton
      Originally Posted by indiandating View Post

      I think Joomla is the good language
      NO BARRACK OBAMA IS THE BEST PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE!@!

      Originally Posted by asadulhaq View Post

      Java is my favorite
      You sick, twisted freak...
      It is seriously the worst language out to program GUI on, or program full stop.

      OK I have a perfect assignment for you. You know the Windows Calculator, try and replicate it (I had to do this for an assignment in Java).

      Replicate it so that when you click from standard to scientific it enlarges into the scientific version and the buttons change to reflect the scientific version, also make it look exactly the same.

      I managed to pull it off, however was the biggest brain f#$k I've ever had to deal with and took me around 3 weeks.

      Now go try and do the same on QT or some other C++ libraries and you can do it in a day and it STILL looks better.

      C++ is my language of choice, mostly because it's C in a pretty dress and the closest thing to Assembly Code you can get.

      Aside from that, if you REALLY want to learn how to program -> go learn Assembly Code.




      edit: side note:
      Joomla, Drupal, and Wordpress are not programming languages.
      HTML, CSS, Javascript etc are not programming languages.
      Scripting languages are scripting languages NOT PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES
      Barrack Obama is El'Presidente not a real programming language.
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  • Profile picture of the author doyle20
    C# Rocks ! It's my favorite for Desktop Applications . I like ASP.NET too
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  • Profile picture of the author ababuobana
    My favorite is C++ because I started programming with It in college
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  • Profile picture of the author iaeo
    The most fun programming language for me is Javascript, because it lets you create the coolest stuff, IMO. Any kind of web app, you can do it in Javascript. It makes sense semantically, it's easy to write, but there's a lot of advanced stuff you can do with it.
    It helps to be really good at a language
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  • Profile picture of the author edward20
    I like both PHP and Java, they are my favorites
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    A tough one but in whole I'll have to say AS3.
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    PHP with MySql combination,no doubt and no confusion,
    I love this language more than my GF.
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  • Profile picture of the author TheAlexander
    I like PHP and JavaScript most.
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  • Profile picture of the author AgentHomes
    You cannot go wrong with PHP.
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  • Profile picture of the author seopro68
    I like PHP, HTML
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    All hail PHP!
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  • Profile picture of the author rasynomarlo
    I agree that PHP is more flexible programming language than others, but I would recommend for the Java. This is also one of the language which still rules and is yet in use mostly by the developers, due to its features as well as due to its compatibility.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kilaz
    PHP is my favorite, It's amazing what you can do with it. I've created API's, Proxy Scanners, Data migration tools, websites, Forms, Scrappers, etc.
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  • Profile picture of the author nimryas
    PHP =)
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    • Profile picture of the author ripsnorta2
      It depends on what kind of software I am writing.

      Ruby on Rails for web applications. Prefer over PHP, but PHP is more widely used.

      C# for Windows desktop apps, including games.

      C/C++ for embedded software.

      I haven't done any mobile apps, but I'd lean towards Objective-C
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      • Profile picture of the author iaeo
        Originally Posted by ripsnorta2 View Post

        It depends on what kind of software I am writing.

        Ruby on Rails for web applications. Prefer over PHP, but PHP is more widely used.

        C# for Windows desktop apps, including games.

        C/C++ for embedded software.

        I haven't done any mobile apps, but I'd lean towards Objective-C
        Why lean towards Objective-C? Java's where it's at, son.
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  • Profile picture of the author soopeytoopey
    After HTML, PHP is indeed the easiest to learn.... and javascript is not so bad either.
    But PHP is always my fav
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  • Profile picture of the author webgain88
    php is best to learn & work.
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  • Profile picture of the author michealburns
    php is free.
    php is open source.
    php is easy to code.
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    i would say i love PHP. but currently i am stick with ASP.net instead.
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  • Profile picture of the author brettb
    C# because the compiler traps the majority of bugs. PHP is OK but it's not 2002 anymore.

    I don't know why PHP has so many fanboys, C# on your resume is worth a whole lot more.
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    • Profile picture of the author iaeo
      Originally Posted by brettb View Post

      C# because the compiler traps the majority of bugs. PHP is OK but it's not 2002 anymore.

      I don't know why PHP has so many fanboys, C# on your resume is worth a whole lot more.
      Unless you're interviewing for a web developer position. C# is nice and all but it's not the ideal language for server-side scripting

      People forget that every language has a specific purpose. C# is for developing client-side software, PHP is for server-side scripting. Apples and oranges.
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      • Profile picture of the author ripsnorta2
        Originally Posted by iaeo View Post

        Unless you're interviewing for a web developer position. C# is nice and all but it's not the ideal language for server-side scripting

        People forget that every language has a specific purpose. C# is for developing client-side software, PHP is for server-side scripting. Apples and oranges.
        Not always. C# is used for web development far more than you'd expect. Bigger companies tend to use Microsoft Servers and ASP.Net with either C# or VB as the server side language.

        If you want a career programming and you live in a country with a higher cost of living, definitely look into C# and ASP.Net. With a bit of experience you will likely command a higher salary.

        It is much harder when competing against programmers from low cost of living countries who charge $10 per hour.

        If it's a career learn a well used language that is in demand by employers looking to employ local developers.
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        • Profile picture of the author makinitmine
          Originally Posted by ripsnorta2 View Post

          Not always. C# is used for web development far more than you'd expect. Bigger companies tend to use Microsoft Servers and ASP.Net with either C# or VB as the server side language.

          If you want a career programming and you live in a country with a higher cost of living, definitely look into C# and ASP.Net. With a bit of experience you will likely command a higher salary.

          It is much harder when competing against programmers from low cost of living countries who charge $10 per hour.

          If it's a career learn a well used language that is in demand by employers looking to employ local developers.

          Agree with this, at least in America. If you're going to get a job as a software developer (which includes web applications) pretty much you're going to be using either C#/asp.net or java. Expect that if you're trying to get get a job there, the share of the big companies are not using php (I won't say all because I can't back that up). My knowledge comes from actually being in the field.

          Now with that said c#/asp.net is my favorite, can't stand java.
          I also like javascript/jquery, ajax, etc.
          I've been getting more into php
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  • Profile picture of the author DevMarkovich
    I'm familiar to several programming languages and my famous is definitely PHP.
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  • Profile picture of the author kevbo22
    I like php the best because it is very easy to learn and script
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    My favorite is PHP, It's being used all over the world . Without PHP we could not use this forum.
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  • Profile picture of the author stevetm001
    I program a lot using Visual Foxpro for data manipulation in a desktop environment, but it depends on the end result. Horses for courses as we say in the UK. Use the best tool for the job. For web dev's I use the Drupal framework with custom PHP and java.
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    • Profile picture of the author TheSocialMedium
      My favorite language is AutoIt, which is used for automating tasks. It's simple and fun, but also very powerful. I have created macros with it that copy and paste text from hundreds of pages on a site, aimbots for games, and filling out job applications online to multiple cities and states, but the possibilities are really so endless.

      I heard of a guy that used it on his PC to punch into work for him at a preset time.
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  • Profile picture of the author seosorcerer
    I currently get paid mostly to write stuff with PHP and Perl (and shell scripts). The second group would be Ruby + RoR. Then JS (inside node.js). To learn programming it's important to pick one language to learn the concepts (functions, variables, memory usage, &c) After that switching to a new one is really a small matter of reference materials and syntax. Frame-works (which sit on top of languages) have similar pattern and you can cross those boundaries pretty easily after a few years coding.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael 55
    Hi
    One of the most favourite PHp language, Everyone does appreciate it indeed..
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  • Profile picture of the author carleywatson
    PHP and JAVA are best programming language. you can visit at w3school for PHP.
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  • Profile picture of the author aeboi80
    This really depends on what the purpose of the app is going to be. As a web developer my goto language is PHP, but I would throw in Objective C as well. However I am not in the market for iOS app development and I cringe at the thought of ever having to to do anything for an ASP/.Net server...Microsoft....ooooouch!
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    My favorite is by far C#
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Sutanto
    one vote for VB.NET....
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    .NET and PHP...
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    ASP.NET + c# ))
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  • Profile picture of the author Deepakmathur
    I have red c,c++ , cobol, html and recently i studied the the complete dot net programming language which have so many rich feature can't be explain here. we can divide the dot net in the mainly four parts and they are as listed below.
    1. c#, Microsoft SQL and the ADO.NET which together make the perfect platform to develop Windows based application.
    2. WPF Windows Presentation Foundation which is used to develop the Windows application it is the most important and the most difficult part of the DOP NET.
    3.) ASP.NET, as we all know that used to develop the web application and SQL is the database used with the this.
    4.) WCF stands for the windows communication foundation which is basically used to develop the services. For example chat messenger is a service and the currency converter is also a service which can be made in the WCF.
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  • Profile picture of the author STG
    the most challenging and interesting one is Objective C
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  • Profile picture of the author STG
    C# is by far my favorite
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    C++ and Java.
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