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Originally Posted by Tim_Wright I know that is a very silly question but is there any programming language that doesn't need a framework / the framework that was used to ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim_Wright
    I know that is a very silly question but is there any programming language that doesn't need a framework / the framework that was used to create it can be included as a standalone .exe file?
    Well, if you're looking for a language whose programs are stand-alone (meaning they're compiled natively to the OS/CPU and don't require any virtual machines or "frameworks") I'd recommend ANSI standard C/C++ with gcc. Since the industry standard for software is still C and C++, you're probably safe with that. I don't see those going away any time soon.
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    Thanks Moe, much appreciated.

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    Hi. just read thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tim_Wright
    Anyone know any good C Sharp books / online resources?
    No, but I know a great C++ online tutorial if your interested, http://www.cplusplus.com/doc/tutorial/

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