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  1. Thread: Homebrew?

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    Well, if you're looking for a language whose...

    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...
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    C sharp was created as part of Microsoft's .NET...

    C sharp was created as part of Microsoft's .NET framework. Although the language itself is a "standard", the only two "frameworks" available to run it are the one made by Microsoft (which only works...
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    You realize that unless you plan on developing...

    You realize that unless you plan on developing with Mono, C sharp is a strictly Microsoft language, correct?
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    The Java Swing interface is actually kind of fun...

    The Java Swing interface is actually kind of fun to play with. I've made several small graphical applications here at work using it. The nice thing about it (for 2D applications) is that they're...
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    I wouldn't recommend this, simply because most of...

    I wouldn't recommend this, simply because most of the "game programming" books I've read are high on style and low on substance. Also, an awful lot of them rely on proprietary "game creation tools"...
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    Programming languages are a lot like Linux...

    Programming languages are a lot like Linux distributions; everyone has their favorite and all of them have their particular strengths and weaknesses. If you're looking to eventually break into 3D,...
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    I've dabbled with a couple of text-based Java...

    I've dabbled with a couple of text-based Java games. Is there something in particular you want to know?
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