Type-Based Programming Topic! (Official)

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#103

Are they free or do you have to pay?


#104

Okay, thank you!
This topic is intended so that everyone who has a doubt about type based languages, they can come here and ask! That is why I made the tag list for that reason (also because I have the dead-topic syndrome; I can’t keep a single topic alive for IDK which reason XD)


#105

Have you heard of the latest programming language called Julia?


#106

I have never heard of it… What is it about?


#107

They are all free


#108

It’s apparently one of the most advanced languages out there.

Some information on it {Click}


#109

Ooh I have!

I wanted to learn it, except I’m already learning 4 languages and 5 at the same time would be a bit much


#110

I’m not very sure about its simplicity as I am learning Python, JavaScript and Batch.

HTML is super easy. I learnt it twice; once on my own and the second time at school.


#111

Yeah. All of those ar pretty easy, but then again, so is everything when you get used to it.

(I’m trying to keep this alive, but I think I have dea.d topic syndrome too. My GTs, coding comp, clubs, forum game and literally everything else di.ed)


#112

WOW! It looks cool!
Although I might learn it, I am right now with Java and I want to start on C++, but I will add that language to my list! Thanks!


#113

Same here…
IDK how people can maintain their topics alive XD


#114

I know. That’s why I commented that XD


#115

I learnt Python already by myself (I am learning some modules like TKinter and Flas k since I have some Python “apps” that I want to implement a GUI so that it is easier for the user to interact with them)
And the best thing is that my classmates are now learning Python (the basics) and I am like “I already know this stuff”, so I basically learn Java while my classmates are struggling with Python.


#116

That is me in my coding club and in all of my math classes.


#117

That’s amazing! All we did here was HTML -.-

Edit: Whoops :sweat_smile:


#118

You guys are super lucky you have comp classes in your school. My school has legit 5 comp classes and an after school GWC… For a whole, actually big, high school.
The comp classes are basically web design (already done that) and python (already done that too). In the club, I introduced aframe and Arduino tech.

Speaking of which, any ideas for something I could do with my Raspberry Pi? Or Microbit?


#119

I also have a Raspberry Pi! Although right now I am experimenting with a new HAT I bought; the Google Assistant HAT. And I am planning to buy some things to do a weather station in my house…


#120

Same here XD
And my classmates are like “Lunaaaaaa this is too difficult help meeee!” and I am like “Ehhhh, you forgot the parenthesis."


#121

Cool! My Raspberry Pi and Mircobit were both gifts, which was pretty chill. I have everything that comes with the Pi, and I wanna make something bit and amazing, but I just don’t know what.
HATs are cool! My dad wanted me to make some super aweseom stuff, and then he said he might get me one. A weather station would be cool, good luck with that.


#122

EXACTLY
And it can get kinda awkward if they made a really obvious, big mistake and then you have to point it out. Especially if they didn’t ask you, but the teacher sent you over to them to help…
I was the only really experienced person in my club, and my teacher was just like “Here. You can be our new, unofficial leader” and just kinda left…