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Hey, What are most tools coded in?

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  1. Wintermute

    Wintermute Junior Member

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    Like friend adders, etc. etc. Interested in writing my own.
     
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    Python with a touch of MsBasic and some Ajax on top of that. That's what you need to make any tool you'll ever need. :)

    Actually... Start with learning any program language (I suppse you don't know any programming language due to your question) and then you go from there. Ok... You might wanna descide if you are going to make stand alone apps or webapps. For Web PHP is good. APS too but I think PHP got a broader market today. You can also go for Java, JavaScript etc but PHP is easy to learn and works pretty much on any server today. PHP isn't really a programming language but rather a script language but it works for the web. If you are looking for making apps for certain platforms like MySpace, Google etc you find that they have their own AIP that you have to work with. Start by checkning them out and see what languages they work with.

    Stand alone apps, check C++, C#, Delphi, Visual Basic or what you find most suiteful for you. C++ is probably the most advance language and also the most spread one. If you on another hand need something easy go for a Visual language instead. Skip Visual C++.. It's not visual in that scence.

    Last.. You can't really ask what most tools are coded in since there are tons of languages to choose from. You have to give an more then less detailed idea of what you want to create and ask what languages are recommended to work with for that.

    Also.. Are you going to make easy (or pretty advance) applications for Windows or Mac and not for use on a webserver (even though it's possible today) you can also check suites like Filemaker which is a database suite but there are some pretty advance accounting softwares made from that one and it got possibilities to make online apps too. It all depends on what you want to create and what needs you have.
     
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    annua Newbie

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    dont miss java, i uesd code a semi-auto mail account creator(not yahoo), it's pretty easy to deal with network than vc delphi or vb

    btw, since there are already some good stable http packages in java, what you should focus on is capture and analysis of network data, i recommend Microsoft Network Monitor, good luck
     
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    If you are new to programming I recommend Visual Basic.
     
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    web-based scripts are coded in PHP about 99.9% of the time. Standalone exe's are usually coded in c#, visual basic, or C++ .NET, all variants of microsoft's awesome .NET framework.
     
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    Agreed. PHP is the most common.
     
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    yeah php.net help :D
    Seriously tell us what you want to code and I can answer you specific questions
     
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    It's a lot harder to come up with good techniques than to find the tools to get it done. I'd say you should figure out exactly what needs doing before you start looking to make it better.

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    PHP, for script/server-based programs

    C#, VB.NET, and VB6
     
  12. Wintermute

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    ....Stop treating me like i'm stupid, things like friend adders, etc. are CLEARLY not coded in PHP because php is a scripting language without GUI support, and why would ANYONE want to ever learn visual basic?

    No one really answered my question, i was just hoping to get someone that's actually written some kind of software like this rather than a bunch of people just taking random languages and guessing.....

    And yes, i know perl.

    Sorry for the rant, but condescending people annoy me to no end....
     
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    As far as which language, end users do not care, as long as the product works the language is up to the programmer. I have seen a lot of VB stuff, but that could be because it is easier to learn? I haven't coded any apps since basica.....
     
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    If you read the thread they specified PHP as the most common WEB language. And your question was answered in the 2nd reply by a0rta:

    "and some ajax on top of that" - lmfao