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    Hardest Web Server side language

    What is the hardest server side language to learn and why is it the hardest?

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    i dont think we have much choices on language.

    if you want general scripting .use php. which is mostly supported. and

    for fast scripting. use framework such as rails, which is based on ruby.

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    well you can choose from: c, c++, php, asp, .net, jsp, jsf, perl at the very least.

    as for whats the 'hardest'. uh depends on what you already know and what your willing to learn.
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    Never heard anyone ask that before. Well my guess is if you could figure out a method assembly would be pretty tough
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    Yeah but you'd sure have absolute control on whats going on :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by flynch01 View Post
    Yeah but you'd sure have absolute control on whats going on :P
    Lol, way too much control in that instance.
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    If you could implement it, maybe whitespace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by croatiankid View Post
    If you could implement it, maybe whitespace.
    Whitespace looks like the easiest to code. Here's my best program that handles most issues.

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    Considering ANYTHING that a machine can execute can be used as a server side language, I vote for Malbolge. It's like a bad assembly language where the instructions do different things every time you use them!


    That or THREADED INTERCAL. Because it's took everything from FORTRAN and COBOL and then threw away the good parts and added threading. If you consider goto programming bad, consider the comefrom paradigm!
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