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How many languages do you really know... I'd say 7 for myself

"Html" "CSS" JavaScript php "SQL" c# Julia c++ python

bit of c an java (count them as 0.5)

Get on my level 😉 seriously thou, what would you guys say you really know?

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    I know 6, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, jQuery, PHP and SQL
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    @padnezz so 2 technically 😅 SQL html and css don't ... Really count they arent full languages but nice 😉 and jquery is more a... Extension
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    2.5 C is my main language so 1 next is Java for android development so 2 and next C++ but only little from C++ so coint that as half
  • 2
    @FitzSuperUser careful saying that around front end devs they'll get cranky 😂
    Myself:

    VB.NET, C#, HTML, PHP, SQL, Javascript and googleing 😉

    A smidge of java,c++ and CSS
  • 1
    Hey let me have my moments ;) @FitzSuperUser
  • 1
    @burtybob so .... 5 😉

    @padnezz sorry bro 😘
  • 1
    @FitzSuperUser HTML with CSS is Turing complete, so I guess they count as one?
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    @andrebreda 😂 they are markup languages , it's like saying soup is a full meal.... It's not...

    I mean html and css , to do really impressive stuff you need JavaScript.

    And no harping about css animation ... Their performance is shocking and the way they are created is even worse... Look up gsap far better

    And I know calc exists but...😐 Come on it's basic at best
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    @FitzSuperUser u know C++ but only 1/2
    of C?
  • 2
    9:
    javascript, jquery, nodejs, angularjs(v1), angular(v2), react, vuejs, typescript, clojurescript 😉
  • 1
    @JohanO well yes, your statement is kinda confusing ...

    I mean c is function driven procedural language where as c++ allows object oriented ...

    There's a few minor things I'd have to figure out to use c fully where as you could throw me in the deep end with c++ , mostly what I can't do in c that I could in c++

    Basically I haven't used it enough to be comfortable with it. I mean the only times I've bothered to use it was to help a mate out, so whilst it is so similar, I can't go Im pro with like 100 hours under my belt.

    And... In most cases... I'd rather just use c++
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    @lisper 1.... 😂😂😂😂 I might give you a point for angular cause ... It does truly add a new level. And people get hired purely on knowing it.

    Possibly clojurescript but I don't really know it that's me ... Just glancing 😉 JavaScript master?
  • 1
    Nice I am C/AL programmer. I bet you never heard of that one 😉
  • 0
    @sadjad no idea 😂 enlighten me
  • 1
    8! C, HTML, CSS, PHP, SQL, Java, JQuery, JavaScript and a bit if C#
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    Python and Javascript
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    Python and R, though I'm now learning C++ for simulations
  • 3
    Anyone else knew about Julia?
    I code 4. HTML, JS, CSS, PHP.
  • 1
    Let's see
    - HTML/ HAML
    - CSS/ Sass
    - VanillaJs
    - EcmaScript 6
    - Typescript
    - C
    - Sql
    - PHP
    - Python
    - Java
    - MATLAB
    - Bash
  • 1
    Learning a language once you've learnt 1-2 already is easy, since they're all fundamentally the same.
    The hard part is learning new development processes. Some languages are heavily tied to certain processes, which is fine, but can cause issues with new people.

    That being said, my day to day languages:
    Python [django], html, js, css, apex, shell, SQL

    Everything I've used in the past:
    Java, c, c++, c#, vb.net, CMD, Golang, make, Ruby, php, perl, lua,

    And 3 of my own pseudo languages.
    - quickly drafting processes in hand written shorthand
    - data structure + flow in hand written shorthand
    - data flow in a typed shorthand
    Basically allows me to jot down as I think, as apposed to writing everything in full.
  • 1
    @FitzSuperUser hate to point out semantics but you asked how many languages and yet you denied markup languages. I get what you mean but still it takes learning them just like any other language. Can they run applications by themselves? No. Do you need to learn them the language to do your job as a web dev? Yes.
  • 2
    C#, Javascript, SQL, Java, Objective C, i also think HTML and CSS should be considered languages.
  • 1
    Even though i'm not a proffessional dev, and i still have things to learn, i feel that i master HTML, CSS, JavaScript very well, java a little bit (Processing and Android Studio) and once upon a time I loved python, but it's a long time since I used it
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    @donkeyScript I didn't say specifically true but i thought it was implied ... As I put the ones that aren't in quotes and said 7 and mentioned 7 true programming languages ...

    I mainly did it to see if people would mention markup 😂

    Since i clearly put more then 7
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    @lisper the question was about languages, not frameworks or libraries.
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    @FitzSuperUser well i do a lot of javascript at work but not master :)
    anyway, i was just kidding, i dont know all of them 😉
  • 2
    Php,Javascript,HTML,CSS,Java(my main language now)
  • 1
    @Jase JSON is not a language. Its a standard data format for use in javascript.
  • 0
    @Jase mate 😂 the definitions are clearly defined everywhere just people arent willing to admit it
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    Mad lads
  • 1
    - English
    - Spanish
    - Html
    - CSS
    - JavaScript
    - Java
    - Clojure and respectively Clojure script
    - Haskell
    - C
    - C++
    - Julia
    - Python
    - x86 assembly
  • 1
    For me it's just the one, C#, but that's not what my cv says 😜
  • 1
    Too many by now. I've written programs in Java, Python, JavaScript, C#, Haskell, Scala, C, Ruby, Elixir, Elm.
    Not all of them professionally, of course. (Also not counting markup/query languages or stupid stuff like php and coffeescript)

    I still haven't found a language that has all properties combined that I would want, so in the meantime I take any chance to use a functional language at work (doesn't matter so much which one), because they tend to be much saner overall...
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    @divil What's your point? I work partly with OOP, (e. g. in Ruby and Scala) but given the choice I rather use functions and data instead of mutable objects, as it's simpler and almost trivial to test.
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