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  • c++

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  • c

    8 36.36%
  • python

    3 13.64%
  • perl

    0 0%
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    2 9.09%
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hi everyone please help me and anyone to know . by which programming language linux has written or programmed . if there are differences between ditros please say that the ...
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    by which language linux has written


    hi everyone
    please help me and anyone to know . by which programming language linux has written or programmed . if there are differences between ditros please say that

    the second part of this topic is a small poll to know the publicity of programming languages . if you chose other please mention your language

    thanks guys

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    It's all C and a little of Assembler.
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    Silly poll, I like different languages depending on what I'm doing. One language isn't right for all applications.

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    Quote Originally Posted by serz
    It's all C and a little of Assembler.
    I believe this is so.

    As for me, I am an interpreted language person. So, I like using Perl or Python.

    Hope that helps,
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    I like python, nice, clean and easy-to-understand syntax. It may take some time to load, but I'm going to try using freeze to compile it instead of interpretting it

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    It's written in C mostly. That's the language I prefer.
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    This is confusing look at the title and the poll. Are you looking for what we prefere, or what linux is made in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaboua
    This is confusing look at the title and the poll. Are you looking for what we prefere, or what linux is made in?
    I think he wants to know both.
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    Most programmers know several languages, as no one language can do everything.

    I enjoy Java (over C++) for compiled languages. As for interpreted, I've only ever used Perl, but I love it with all my heart.

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    i saw the kernel written in c

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