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  • #81 ✎ 1056 Yttria Head Admin the natural languages joke was never amusing, sorry. also thread title Posted
  • #82 ✎ 5 kiakrusher I am turning 17 in july
    1. fragments of Lua
    2. fragments of batch
    3. fragments of vbs
    4. fragments of just about all of it give me a couple of files with the code leave me a couple hours I will start to make sense of it my self.
    5. I have hand coded various cahoot spammers including one that puts bots in that all to gather read the whole fitnessgram pacer test copypasta
    6. completly self tought (when i can, school gets pretty insane)
    Posted Edited by kiakrusher
  • #83 ✎ 5 kiakrusher
    Age: 15.52193
    I really hope you calculated that that is great... Love it
    Posted
  • #84 ✎ 45 Mr_Mo Promoted Page My page was promoted on SmileBASIC Source! Achievements Video Games I like to play video games! Hobbies Zelda Is Awesome! I love The Legend Of Zelda! Express Yourself I guess I am going to do another, more accurate one. Well, here we go: Age: 14 (and a half) Languages: Micro (I made this one) http://txt.do/dper0 Brainfuck All forms of TI-Basic Axe Parser (A compiled language for TI-83+ family of calculators) Mathematica/Wolfram Language (I am learning) ProcessingJS (on khan academy, I quit because I couldnt figure out how to use it for my own standalone, non-khan academy scripts) Befunge Bash Well, there you go. Sorry I haven't been very active lately. A lot of stuff has happened lately, and I couldn't logon. Oh, and Regex Posted Edited by Mr_Mo
  • #85 ✎ 15 LAX18
    I guess I am going to do another, more accurate one. Well, here we go: Age: 14 (and a half) Languages: Micro (I made this one) http://txt.do/dper0 Brainfuck All forms of TI-Basic Axe Parser (A compiled language for TI-83+ family of calculators) Mathematica/Wolfram Language (I am learning) ProcessingJS (on khan academy, I quit because I couldnt figure out how to use it for my own standalone, non-khan academy scripts) Befunge Bash Well, there you go. Sorry I haven't been very active lately. A lot of stuff has happened lately, and I couldn't logon. Oh, and Regex
    Hey do you know ICE for TI84+CE?
    Posted
  • #86 ✎ 45 Mr_Mo Promoted Page My page was promoted on SmileBASIC Source! Achievements Video Games I like to play video games! Hobbies Zelda Is Awesome! I love The Legend Of Zelda! Express Yourself
    I guess I am going to do another, more accurate one. Well, here we go: Age: 14 (and a half) Languages: Micro (I made this one) http://txt.do/dper0 Brainfuck All forms of TI-Basic Axe Parser (A compiled language for TI-83+ family of calculators) Mathematica/Wolfram Language (I am learning) ProcessingJS (on khan academy, I quit because I couldnt figure out how to use it for my own standalone, non-khan academy scripts) Befunge Bash Well, there you go. Sorry I haven't been very active lately. A lot of stuff has happened lately, and I couldn't logon. Oh, and Regex
    Hey do you know ICE for TI84+CE?
    I heard of it a few months ago when it was in development, but I haven;t been on ticalc.org very often. I would be very interested in learning it, however, as I am currently struggling to understand how to do even basic things with Axe Parser P.S: sorry for the late response, I have been working on an expert engine in smilebasic to enter in a competition.
    Posted Edited by Mr_Mo
  • #87 ✎ 1850 12Me21 Power User Syntax Highlighter Received for creating the code syntax highlighter on SBS Night Person I like the quiet night and sleep late. Express Yourself
    Isn't "Gameboy assembly" really just Z80 assembly?
    It uses a slightly different processor and there's also stuff like input/output and graphics to deal with.
    Posted
  • #88 ✎ 59 atm959 Avatar Taboo I didn't change my avatar for 180 days Website Third Year My account is over 3 years old Website Zelda Is Awesome! I love The Legend Of Zelda! Express Yourself Age: 17 Experience in Programming Languages, Scripting Languages, Markup Languages, and a Styling Language: Z80 Assembly (Gameboy / Gameboy Color) 65C816 Assembly (SNES) Motorola 68000 Assembly (Sega Genesis / Mega Drive) C C++ C# Java Javascript QBasic SmileBASIC QB64 Python HTML CSS GLSL Lua FreeBASIC BasiEgaXorz (An old Sega Genesis / Mega Drive BASIC Compiler) SPC700 Assembly (For the SPC700 coprocessor in the SNES that can control the SNES' sound chip) x86 Assembly I'll add more as I remember them. Languages I use the most at the moment: C++ C x86 Assembly Posted Edited by atm959
  • #89 ✎ 61 Zypher i look at atm959 and i grow sad as i am 15 and only have access to BASIC and only know basic... Posted
  • #90 ✎ 500 chicken Admin
    i look at atm959 and i grow sad as i am 15 and only have access to BASIC and only know basic...
    >only have access to BASIC If you have computers at school, you could learn programming on the web through Khan Academy/Codeacademy. If you have a n3DS, you could even probably do some sandboxing through a free web ftp/host client (like webhost000). If you have CFW, you can install LovePotion (a ported lua game framework) and write programs with a text editor. If you have a computer at home, then you are lazy for not taking advantage of it. I assume you don't qualify for the bottom 3, but there is a huge world out there. Borrow a computer. Mow someone's lawn for a quick Pi to play with. If you are crippled, stuck in a hospital bed, and only have a 3DS with SB, then you could also stay with that. :D Don't feel insecure because atm959 works with machine code. He's insane.
    Posted
  • #91 ✎ 180 RGamesOffical Intermediate Programmer I can make programs, but I still have trouble here and there. Programming Strength Minecraft Is Awesome! I love Minecraft! Express Yourself Video Games I like to play video games! Hobbies Programing Languages: SMILEBASIC (3DS) Unity (PC) WIX Batch (Windows 10) SketchWare (Android) JAVA BasiEgaXorz Programming Languages that I am not good at: JAVA Assembly (Sega Genesis) Check out my Batch OS on my Website! Posted Edited by RGamesOffical
  • #92 ✎ 23 bluekrill Intermediate Programmer I can make programs, but I still have trouble here and there. Programming Strength Drawing I like to draw! Hobbies Video Games I like to play video games! Hobbies Age 18
    1. Visual BASIC
    2. Casio BASIC
    3. SmileBASIC
    4. ZX-Spectrum BASIC
    5. ZX81 BASIC
    6. Custom assembler for my virtual computer
    Posted Edited by bluekrill
  • #93 ✎ 15 LAX18
    I guess I am going to do another, more accurate one. Well, here we go: Age: 14 (and a half) Languages: Micro (I made this one) http://txt.do/dper0 Brainfuck All forms of TI-Basic Axe Parser (A compiled language for TI-83+ family of calculators) Mathematica/Wolfram Language (I am learning) ProcessingJS (on khan academy, I quit because I couldnt figure out how to use it for my own standalone, non-khan academy scripts) Befunge Bash Well, there you go. Sorry I haven't been very active lately. A lot of stuff has happened lately, and I couldn't logon. Oh, and Regex
    Hey do you know ICE for TI84+CE?
    I heard of it a few months ago when it was in development, but I haven;t been on ticalc.org very often. I would be very interested in learning it, however, as I am currently struggling to understand how to do even basic things with Axe Parser P.S: sorry for the late response, I have been working on an expert engine in smilebasic to enter in a competition.
    Its good. If you are needing help with Axe Parser, or any other calculator problem I would recommend http://www.cemetech.net (Personally, I have an account here and think it is one of the better calculator forums), http://www.omnimaga.org, or http://tiplanet.org (This is a french website so...)
    Posted Edited by LAX18
  • #94 ✎ 61 Zypher so even people younger then me have more experience. time to learn new languages! Posted
  • #95 ✎ 500 chicken Admin
    Uh... C#, C++, C, Java, Python, Lua, JavaScript, Visual Basic, SmileBASIC, English, French, Spanish Not programming languages but I'll still list them: HTML, CSS
    >implying that English, French, and Spanish are programming languages
    Posted
  • #96 ✎ 341 spaceturtles Video Games I like to play video games! Hobbies Avatar Block I didn't change my avatar for 30 days. Website Intermediate Programmer I can make programs, but I still have trouble here and there. Programming Strength
    Uh... C#, C++, C, Java, Python, Lua, JavaScript, Visual Basic, SmileBASIC, English, French, Spanish Not programming languages but I'll still list them: HTML, CSS
    >implying that English, French, and Spanish are programming languages
    I've seen programming languages using grammatically-correct English for scripting
    Posted
  • #97 ✎ 15 LAX18
    Uh... C#, C++, C, Java, Python, Lua, JavaScript, Visual Basic, SmileBASIC, English, French, Spanish Not programming languages but I'll still list them: HTML, CSS
    >implying that English, French, and Spanish are programming languages
    I've seen programming languages using grammatically-correct English for scripting
    As have I
    Posted Edited by LAX18
  • #98 ✎ 250 answer Great Page Hidden Achievements Banana For Scale Hidden Easter Eggs Third Year My account is over 3 years old Website Age: no Programming Languages:
    1. SmileBASIC 2.x and 3.x
    2. Lua
    3. Ruby
    4. C & C++
    5. C#
    6. Elisp & Scheme (LISP)
    7. JavaScript that was fine in like 2008
    Posted Edited by answer
  • #99 ✎ 7 LucasJG1994 Age: 23 Programming Languages I have most experience with: QBasic/QBasic 64 VB.Net Programming Languages I have tried out: JAVA C++ C JavaScript HTML CSS BATCH Programming Concepts I've studied: OOP (Object Oriented Programming) POP (Procedure Oriented Programming) Recursion concepts (Tails Recursion) (Mostly avoids doing this. Only does it if I need to) DOD (Data Oriented Design) What I do most of the time in this field: Porting code from one language to another Plan to make a interpreter, transpiler and compiler Plan to make SmileBasic interpreter in QB64 Plan to make a language parser for a text adventure Really want to make a Turn-Based strategy game/ card game Similar to Yu-Gi-Oh! Plans for Programming Career: To teach in this field. Posted Edited by LucasJG1994
  • #100 ✎ 7 LucasJG1994
    Age: enough not to count each language 3 times like everyone else here. Languages that I've used a lot:
    1. QB64 BASIC
    2. TI-BASIC
    3. Petit Computer BASIC
    4. SmileBASIC
    5. JavaScript
    6. Lua
    Languages that I've written a few short programs in:
    1. C++
    2. Java
    3. Assembly
    4. Tiny computer
    5. Befunge
    Hold the freaking phone, its possible to use that language? HOW??????? edit: incase u can't tell, talking about Texas Instruments/Graphing Calculator language
    A fellow QB64 Basic Programmer. Nice :)
    Posted
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