Top best programming language in 2020

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Top best programming language in 2020

Programming Language is use to becomes a good programmers or software developer. today we learn Top best programming language in 2020  there are many programming Languages python, java, ruby, c, c++, html, css, JavaScript etc. are the most popular languages in the world. c tutorials c++ and c compiler are available in the internet for your practice of programs
you can see that technology is changing very fastly after every year by year. There is a very high and intelligent need of good programmers in future.
The Fast changes in Programming Industry is denoted by we should have the knowledge of best Programming Languages that is currently used in Tech and IT Industries.

So, you have some questions that which programming language to learn and which is the highest scopable programming language in future and why you should learn it immediately.


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finite difference – What programming language should I choose and why?

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You have some great answers already. I think there is no single answer to your question. What language(s) you choose to learn depends on what you intend to do.

When I was a graduate student I too learned some Matlab, Mathematica, Maple, SAS, Stata, because my university had licenses and because in my area of research that’s what others used, so I could easily take existing programs and modify them to my needs. That was a while back. I have since dabbled in Python, Julia, and some statistics software like R and Stata. So what would I recommend?

It’s a multidimensional decision to make. Here are some criteria based on my limited knowledge (I haven’t tried Ruby, another popular choice):

  • Open source: Forget Matlab and Mathematica. Go for R, Python, Julia, C++ and all that. I avoid proprietary software whenever possible.
  • User base: This depends on what you do. Go
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Download C Programming Language Books and Tutorials

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Download useful books and tutorials for learning the C programming language


C programming manuals and tutorials

Mosaic’s single board computers are programmable in either the C or Forth programming languages. There are many C programming books and tutorials available both online and on paper. We recommend the following references for novice C programmers. You can download some of these books in pdf form directly from the links on this page; others are available from you favorite bookseller. Most of these resources are focused solely on the C language. For assistance in C programming in the context of real time applications and a real time multitasking operating system consult the specific documentation for the Mosaic IDE and Mosaic IDE Plus.


TutorialsPoint C Tutorial

TutorialsPoint Online C Tutorial (interactive online version)
TutorialsPoint Printed C Tutorial (download pdf version)

This tutorial is a quick, easy and fairly concise, interactive online tutorial for learning

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Bitcoin stealer infected 700+ libraries of major programming language

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In brief

  • Hackers targeted installation packages for the Ruby programming language.
  • RubyGems libraries were infected with malware; developers could accidentally install Bitcoin stealers.
  • Luckily, the attack was too obscure to ever work.

A cybersecurity firm discovered that over 700 libraries of the popular programming language, Ruby, contained malicious Bitcoin-stealing software.

ReversingLabs, based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, disclosed its findings in a blog post on Thursday. Back in February, it wrote, hackers placed malicious files inside a package manager called RubyGems—which is usually used to upload and share improvements on existing pieces of software.

The hackers were trying to trick developers into downloading malware by using a method called “typosquatting”, which consists of uploading malicious packages with similar names to regular ones. By just changing a few characters of a file name, the hope was that a developer would mistakenly download an infected package—unwittingly providing the hacker with access to their system. 

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Why Python is not the programming language of the future

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Snapshot of tags on various programming languages on StackOverflow.
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Is Python a Programming language or Scripting Language?

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@Salman Beg :

HTML could be considered a “description language” : you can use it to describe the content of a page : “there is a blinking red title with big letters that says <<hello world>> on the top of the page, followed with italic green text …”. You cannot describe, or write algorithms with it. As pointed out by Karsten, you lack for instance loop controls (“while”, “for”,… ) or even worse, conditional statements (“if”, “else”…).

Now, as the distinction you want to make between programming and scripting… Well, I would say this is a matter of definition and there might not be a clear consensus on that, hence your trouble.

As a verb, *programming* merely means writing programs, that is, code that reflect an algorithm. *Script* usually depicts a small program that does “high level” things such as manipulating directory, files, filenames, or manipulating coma separated content of

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Lisp (programming language) – Wikiquote

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Lisp is a family of computer programming languages based on formal functional calculus. Lisp (for “List Processing Language”) stores and manipulates programs in the same manner as any other data, making it well suited for “meta-programming” applications. One of the oldest “high level” programming languages (second only to Fortran), Lisp continues to be popular in the field of artificial intelligence down to the present day.

About Lisp[edit]

  • Lisp has jokingly been called “the most intelligent way to misuse a computer”. I think that description is a great compliment because it transmits the full flavor of liberation: it has assisted a number of our most gifted fellow humans in thinking previously impossible thoughts.
  • Lisp is a programmable programming language.
    • John Foderaro, CACM, September 1991.
  • SQL, Lisp, and Haskell are the only programming languages that I’ve seen where one spends more time thinking than typing.
    • Philip Greenspun, blog, 07-03-2005.
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wxBasic Programming Language

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Minesweeper ported to wxBasic, running under Linux.

Latest “Beta” Version

Back in 2002, I decided that it was time to rewrite wxBasic from the
ground up. This codebase will replace the “official” wxBasic, which
was last updated back in March 2002. The new version has an entirely
different architecture, and provides quite a number of features that
are not available in the old version. At this point, I consider it
more bug-free than the “official” release.

The most current version of this beta, dated May 12, 2006, can be
found on the bleeding edge page. The main things
holding up the release are:

  • Adding OpenGL support
  • Finishing up the documentation
  • Bug fixes

This version basically superscedes the “Official” release, and should
be used instead of it, unless you need OpenGL support. I’ve started a
rewrite of the documentation, and will make it the

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What is the Best Programming Language for Robotics?

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Need to program your robot but don’t know which language to choose?

Don’t know what languages are available?

There’s no simple answer, but here are the top 10 most popular programming languages for robotics.

Which is the best programming language? It’s a question that a lot of new roboticists will ask at least once in their career, but there’s no simple answer.

But, it’s a very reasonable question. After all, what’s the point of investing a lot of time and effort in learning a new programming language if it turns out you’re never going to use it?

If you’re new to robotics, you want to learn the programming languages which are actually going to be useful for your career.



Why you’ll never get a simple answer from roboticists

When I published the first version of this article in 2016, I knew it was going to be a controversial one. Since

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Essentials of the Java Programming Language, Part 1

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Training Index



If you are new to programming in the Java language, have some experience with other languages, and are familiar with things like displaying text or graphics or performing simple calculations, this tutorial could be for you. It walks through how to use the Java® 2 Platform software to create and run three common types of programs written for the Java platform—applications, applets, and servlets.

You will learn how applications, applets, and servlets are similar and different, how to build a basic user interface that handles simple end user input, how to read data from and write data to files and databases, and how to send and receive data over the network. This tutorial is not comprehensive, but instead takes you on a straight and uncomplicated path through the more common programming features available in the Java platform.

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