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    Cool Evolution-Every one post here

    This is thread to post info abt programing evolution:
    First there was 10010110111
    Then came octal,hexa encoding
    then we could give instuction like in LOGO
    then came about procedural lannguages
    Then came OOP languages THE BIG breakthrough of objects..

    So wats the NEXT in the line... Whats the future??

    Is c/c++ or JAVA going to be out-of-date in a decade

    Where should young ones bet on for the language brekthroug of the future

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    I don't think C/C++ will disappears that fast...I think the .NET Framework languages have a promising future...and I think this should probably go into a different forum...but I'm not sure

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    Quote Originally Posted by adarshakb View Post
    This is thread to post info abt programing evolution:
    First there was 10010110111
    Then came octal,hexa encoding
    then we could give instuction like in LOGO
    then came about procedural lannguages
    Then came OOP languages THE BIG breakthrough of objects..

    So wats the NEXT in the line... Whats the future??

    Is c/c++ or JAVA going to be out-of-date in a decade

    Where should young ones bet on for the language brekthroug of the future

    Share your views here
    Your history isn't quite right.
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    I don't see the major languages disappearing simply because they can adapt to new conditions via libraries and resources. It would also take a mammoth amount of work to little gain to create a new language from scratch with the support and years of add-ons of the major languages. Also, like oracleguy said, your history is wrong. People didn't program in binary, then octa, then hex at all. Those are just mechanisms to represent data. You could count binary if you're referring to the underlying electrical components I suppose...but this isn't exactly evolution by natural selection so your misapplying a technical term there too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oracleguy View Post
    Your history isn't quite right.
    who said tat i said it was right ... just the future i talk abt here


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