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What language do you develop your Tools in

Discussion in 'Tools programming' started by scruffyduck, 4 Oct 2006.

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What language do you develop your tools in?

Poll closed 14 Oct 2006.
  1. C/C++

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  2. VB6

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  3. VB.NET

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  4. C#

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  5. Java

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  6. Delphi

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  7. Something else

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  1. scruffyduck

    scruffyduck Administrator Staff Member FSDevConf team Resource contributor

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    Well our previous poll is due to close tomorrow so I though it would be good to get a feeling for what languages tools developers use for their programs.

    You can make a multiple choice if you use more than one - e.g C++ and C# etc
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  2. scruffyduck

    scruffyduck Administrator Staff Member FSDevConf team Resource contributor

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    Well not unexpected, but it is interesting to note the dominance of 'C' based languages for tool design.

    Also about half the respondents appear to use more than one language
  3. mgavioli

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    And I wonder what the 2 "something else" 's are: B? Lisp? Prolog? Forth? Runes of power?... :scratchch

    Maurizio
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    scruffyduck Administrator Staff Member FSDevConf team Resource contributor

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    I wondered about that as well - maybe they will tell us :)
  5. Foxtrot 125 Tango

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    I tend to lean more towards Visual C++ for all my apps. I'm finding that C# is better in several ways but I'm still getting used to it.
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