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From: Per Jessen on 8 Oct 2010 15:29
Per Jessen wrote:
> Nathan Rixham wrote:
>> Per Jessen wrote:
>>> Nathan Rixham wrote:
>>>> As per the subject, not what other languages have you used, but
>>>> what other languages do you currently use?
>>> French, German, English and Danish.
>> Forh=C3=A5bentlig ikke alle zur en m=C3=AAme temps
> Ork jo, das ist doch ikke ein Problem.
Blimey, how did I manage to leave out two .... obviously il-y-a une
probleme, after all.=20
Per Jessen, Z=C3=BCrich (12.9=C2=B0C)
From: Tamara Temple on 8 Oct 2010 15:37
On Oct 8, 2010, at 12:30 PM, Nathan Rixham wrote:
> As per the subject, not what other languages have you used, but what
> other languages do you currently use?
> I guess it may also be interesting to know if:
> (1) there's any particular reason for you using a different language
> (other than work/day-job/client requires it)
Usually just choose the language that best fits the application at
hand. No real magic to it.
> (2) about to jump in to another language
I mentioned Python above, not as a replacement for any of the other
languages, but just because I want to know it.
From: shiplu on 8 Oct 2010 15:48
At home I always speak in Bangla. But at work I have to speak in English.
I watch Hindi movies well. So I understand Hindi too.
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