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View Poll Results: favorite programming language?
Asm 19 12.93%
C 55 37.41%
C++ 31 21.09%
C# 7 4.76%
Java 13 8.84%
Javascript 5 3.40%
Perl 28 19.05%
PHP 29 19.73%
Ruby 11 7.48%
Python 32 21.77%
Shell 25 17.01%
Awk 11 7.48%
Others: Tcl, Erlang, Haskell, Ocaml, D, Forth ... 19 12.93%
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Two things-

1) I think PERL is easy because I find it easy to emulate what I do in a shell (bourne, windows, etc.) that will then (if done right) be cross-platform. The modules from CPAN can be a lifesaver as well (guess they're similar to 'libraries', right?)


2) The votes for PERL now show as zero... which is wrong. When I voted, it moved up to two, and with the recent PERL comments I would expect perhaps at least one more. And yet it's zero. What happened? Has someone sabotaged this vote?
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