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Haxk203372374dC, C++, Java, Kotlin (Not too much but i can do basic shit), BASIC, bash thats all.
Haxk203372374dOh and tiny bit of X86 assembler
Java - Just a little
JS + TS
GobLang (a language I made myself)
These ones I know fluidly, the following I have worked with over two years ago and thus dont know them anymore, but I can relearn it quickly:
And a few more I dont remember right away
olback1035474dJS + TS, C, PHP.
Plus css and html.
tmpnull66974dYou know one you know them all.
and AutoHotKey (very cool and useful language/tool)
Yamakuzure198574dHmmm... Not all of these are exactly programming languages, but here you go, in alphabetical order:
Amos (plus Amal)
Basic 2.0 (C64) and 3.5 (C16)
C (since 1990)
C++ (since 1996)
C++/CLI (it's dead for good)
And the common markup riff-raff like HTML, CSS, MarkDown, XML
... Damn... I am old...
JS (ES5, ES6)
Learning Haskell for fun
Going to pick up Lisp next. Also for fun.
Not going to mention crap like html, css, XML, yaml, ...
C/C++ at a basic level.
Used to know some other languages ages ago, when I was a complete noob at programming, but I didn't use them forever, so I'm not counting them.
Also know a bunch of things that are not real programming languages, like: AutoIt, Matlab, Mathematica, LaTeX, batch, SQL, HTML, CSS, etc.
Just some vague understanding of Go
lonelydev7874dJava, learning kotlin
Ximidar112273dI've never liked this question. I know like 5 but every year I'm doing something different or learning a new one. Like I used C# once, but that was like 4 years ago. I could probably pick it back up again fairly quickly, it only took a few weeks to learn, do I still claim I know it?
I used c++ for two years straight, but I was still finding new libraries that I just could not figure out how to use correctly. ROS? No problem. Boost? How the hell do I use this? OpenCV? Cool. CudaC? How does anyone use this? Do I still claim I know c++?
Anyway. I use c++, python, and go. I know c++, python, go, c#, Java, and basic.
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