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Does your favorite programming language still build and run flawlessly on XP? Nim does. Freshly compiled on Nim 1.6.12, the latest stable version. Running as performant as ever. Fresh code I wrote in the past few weeks without ever tuning or testing it for Windows, let alone Windows XP.

No LLVM to hold it back, no dealing with the tedium of C, while still keeping similar performance and memory efficiency.

Not only old operating systems, you can also build for any microcontroller that has a C compiler for its architecture. Nim runs on anything, and you can expect a good developer experience regardless.
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>> No. 78
> Those who will sacrifice freedom for safety deserve neither; its C or
> go fuck yourself.
> Assembler doesn't exist
> FORTH doesn't exist
Lurk moar, unixfag.
It is easier to learn to program when you can receive near
immediate feedback from an interpreter,
instead of struggling to produce a usable program
from a compiler. Furthermore, it is actually
easier to implement a FORTH interpreter
than it is to write a C compiler. JonesForth, an x86
implementation, is implemented in ~2000 lines.
Compare this to TCC, a small c compiler, which is about 40000 lines of C
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>> No. 82
lol okay forthfag
>> No. 85
My favorite programming language only runs on Urbit :o

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lisp thread
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>> No. 65
>> No. 83
I saw this right at bed time.
I will be back in the morning to conjure the spirits of the computers with my spells.
>> No. 84
anon come back D:
tweet fun lisp related projects
here's some to start!

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What editor do you use, Sean?

acme is an unironically good editor for your code program programming. I use it to program. All of my code is great because I have used the right editor to create it.

P9P acme sucks.
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>> No. 79
Nano for terminal based editing, it's simple and gets the job done compared to vi/emacs.
If I need something more advanced, VSCodium.
>> No. 80
I run Plan 9/9front/Inferno because they are nice to use, not just for the editor. If I just wanted to use the editor, I'd probably just use acme on Inferno.
>> No. 81
I just use crimson editor, its the only sane one. Wish they had a port for UNIX but oh well.
otherwise Nedit seems to be somewhat okay but its annoying to have to mess with .Xdefaults and shit to remove caret blinking.

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(pirate bay is better but ok)
>> No. 60
I use 1337x personally. y no search?
>> No. 75
The 1137x site and their proxies come highly recommended

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The C Programming language is worth 1GET on /prog/
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>> No. 12
it's very nice to know exactly what's happening when using a HLL, so in my experience it's much better than C++. I don't know dick about C# though, so I can't speak on that.
>> No. 66
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C was not only an improvement on its predecessors, but also on most of its successors.
>> No. 73
its kinda fucked up if you think about it.

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Can someone explain why Rust actually fails? Most of the hate seem like feds trying to get tards to use things with vulnerabilities
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>> No. 70
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>> No. 71

Thank you, Sean. I run into a lot of Rust dipshits on the internets but I almost never run into anything written in Rust.
>> No. 72
What it offers isn't really unique since other
languages provide what it provides, and they're also more developed.

there used to be a memory safe version of c, but that died and its stuck to 32-bit

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https://jwt.io/ is the single most useful debugging tool ever.
>> No. 69
(to discrimination), so, whatever you say, they'll hear it through a chipped or distorted lense. Like, how if you have a person in your life that you can't stand, and, loke, the old Pinterest joke went, you'll hate EVERYTHING they do, loke, even how they eT their lunch: "Look at Susan! Look at how she chewsher lettuce! Snob! " IDK--not saying those are YOUR feelings or my own, even, but, when you've been TAUGHT that "X" is annenemy (an enemy), or "Y" is a friend to me, you may frame their actio5, even if, in practice, they show ypu DIFFERENTLY, as the things you've bern TAUGHT (or brainwasor Media manipulated ) brainwashed----not brainwasor

into believing that they ARE!

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Should I use?
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>> No. 61

Now days this is your fate if you learn React as well
>> No. 62

Now days this is your fate if you learn React as well
>> No. 63
So why are you still here?

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Godot is basically Unity, but actually free and open source. Use it.

Also, if you have anything of your own you've made, go ahead and share ITT.

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>> No. 24
can i use it to make hyper realistic mods of nintendo games
>> No. 26
let's just say... they'll hire this man
>> No. 58
My daughter is learning Godot, incidentally.


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