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Sub-categories recommendation

I recommend you make sub-categories per-language to make it a ton-much easier to read stuff.
Recommended categories:
C
C++
Python
PHP
HTML
LUA
C#
etc.

I cannot quote people with the built-in function because I almost never enable JavaScript on websites. You won't get notified if I reply to you, sadly :/

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Not a bad idea, but what about:

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    2. A.NET (A#/A sharp)
    3. A-0 System
    4. A+ (A plus)
    5. ABAP
    6. ABC
    7. ABC ALGOL
    8. ACC
    9. Accent (Rational Synergy)
    10. Ace DASL (Distributed Application Specification Language)
    11. Action!
    12. ActionScript
    13. Actor
    14. Ada
    15. Adenine (Haystack)
    16. AdvPL
    17. Agda
    18. Agilent VEE (Keysight VEE)
    19. Agora
    20. AIMMS
    21. Aldor
    22. Alef
    23. ALF
    24. ALGOL 58
    25. ALGOL 60
    26. ALGOL 68
    27. ALGOL W
    28. Alice (Alice ML)
    29. Alma-0
    30. AmbientTalk
    31. Amiga E
    32. AMOS (AMOS BASIC)
    33. AMPL
    34. Analitik
    35. AngelScript
    36. Apache Pig latin
    37. Apex (Salesforce.com, Inc)
    38. APL
    39. App Inventor for Android's visual block language (MIT App Inventor)
    40. AppleScript
    41. APT
    42. Arc
    43. ARexx
    44. Argus
    45. Assembly language (ASM)
    46. AutoIt
    47. AutoLISP / Visual LISP
    48. Averest
    49. AWK
    50. Axum
    51. Babbage
    52. Ballerina
    53. Bash
    54. BASIC
    55. Batch file (Windows/MS-DOS)
    56. bc (basic calculator)
    57. BCPL
    58. BeanShell
    59. Bertrand
    60. BETA
    61. BLISS
    62. Blockly
    63. BlooP
    64. Boo
    65. Boomerang
    66. Bosque
    67. C – ISO/IEC 9899
    68. C-- (C minus minus)
    69. C++ (C plus plus) – ISO/IEC 14882
    70. C*
    71. C# (C sharp) – ISO/IEC 23270
    72. C/AL
    73. Caché ObjectScript
    74. C Shell (csh)
    75. Caml
    76. Cayenne (Lennart Augustsson)
    77. CDuce
    78. Cecil
    79. CESIL (Computer Education in Schools Instruction Language)
    80. Céu
    81. Ceylon
    82. CFEngine
    83. Cg (High-Level Shader/Shading Language [HLSL])
    84. Ch
    85. Chapel (Cascade High Productivity Language)
    86. Charm
    87. CHILL
    88. CHIP-8
    89. ChucK
    90. Cilk (also Cilk++ and Cilk plus)
    91. Control Language
    92. Claire
    93. Clarion
    94. Clean
    95. Clipper
    96. CLIPS
    97. CLIST
    98. Clojure
    99. CLU
    100. CMS-2
    101. COBOL – ISO/IEC 1989
    102. CobolScript – COBOL Scripting language
    103. Cobra
    104. CoffeeScript
    105. ColdFusion
    106. COMAL
    107. COMIT
    108. Common Intermediate Language (CIL)
    109. Common Lisp (also known as CL)
    110. COMPASS
    111. Component Pascal
    112. Constraint Handling Rules (CHR)
    113. COMTRAN
    114. Cool
    115. Coq
    116. Coral 66
    117. CorVision
    118. COWSEL
    119. CPL
    120. Cryptol
    121. Crystal
    122. Csound
    123. Cuneiform
    124. Curl
    125. Curry
    126. Cybil
    127. Cyclone
    128. Cypher Query Language
    129. Cython
    130. CEEMAC
    131. Dart
    132. Darwin
    133. DataFlex
    134. Datalog
    135. DATATRIEVE
    136. dBase
    137. dc
    138. DCL (DIGITAL Command Language)
    139. Delphi
    140. DinkC
    141. DIBOL
    142. Dog
    143. Draco
    144. DRAKON
    145. Dylan
    146. DYNAMO
    147. DAX (Data Analysis Expressions)
    148. Ease
    149. Easy PL/I
    150. EASYTRIEVE PLUS
    151. eC
    152. ECMAScript
    153. Edinburgh IMP
    154. EGL
    155. Eiffel
    156. ELAN
    157. Elixir
    158. Elm
    159. Emacs Lisp
    160. Emerald
    161. Epigram
    162. EPL (Easy Programming Language)
    163. EPL (Eltron Programming Language)
    164. Erlang
    165. es
    166. Escher
    167. ESPOL
    168. Esterel
    169. Etoys
    170. Euclid
    171. Euler
    172. Euphoria
    173. EusLisp Robot Programming Language
    174. CMS EXEC (EXEC)
    175. EXEC 2
    176. Executable UML
    177. Ezhil
    178. F# (F sharp)
    179. F*
    180. Factor
    181. Fantom
    182. FAUST
    183. FFP
    184. fish
    185. Fjölnir
    186. FL
    187. Flavors
    188. Flex
    189. Flix
    190. FlooP
    191. FLOW-MATIC (B0)
    192. FOCAL (Formulating On-Line Calculations in Algebraic Language/FOrmula CALculator)
    193. FOCUS
    194. FOIL
    195. FORMAC (FORMula MAnipulation Compiler)
    196. @Formula
    197. Forth
    198. Fortran – ISO/IEC 1539
    199. Fortress
    200. FP
    201. FoxBase/FoxPro
    202. Franz Lisp
    203. Futhark
    204. F-Script
    205. Game Maker Language (Scripting language)
    206. GameMonkey Script
    207. GAMS (General Algebraic Modeling System)
    208. GAP
    209. G-code
    210. GDScript (Godot)
    211. Genie
    212. GDL (Geometric Description Language)
    213. GEORGE
    214. GLSL (OpenGL Shading Language)
    215. GNU E
    216. GNU Guile (GNU Ubiquitous Intelligent Language for Extensions)
    217. Go
    218. Go!
    219. GOAL (Game Oriented Assembly Lisp)
    220. Gödel
    221. Golo
    222. GOM (Good Old Mad)
    223. Google Apps Script
    224. Gosu
    225. GOTRAN (IBM 1620)
    226. GPSS (General Purpose Simulation System)
    227. GraphTalk (Computer Sciences Corporation)
    228. GRASS
    229. Grasshopper
    230. Groovy (Apache Groovy)
    231. Hack
    232. HAGGIS
    233. HAL/S
    234. Halide (programming language)
    235. Hamilton C shell
    236. Harbour
    237. Hartmann pipelines
    238. Haskell
    239. Haxe
    240. Hermes
    241. High Level Assembly (HLA)
    242. HLSL
    243. Hollywood
    244. HolyC (TempleOS)
    245. Hop
    246. Hopscotch
    247. Hope
    248. Hugo (Interactive Fiction/IF)
    249. Hume
    250. HyperTalk
    251. Io
    252. Icon
    253. IBM Basic assembly language
    254. IBM HAScript
    255. IBM Informix-4GL
    256. IBM RPG
    257. IDL
    258. Idris
    259. Inform
    260. ISLISP
    261. J# (J sharp)
    262. J++ (J plus plus)
    263. JADE
    264. Jai
    265. JAL
    266. Janus (concurrent constraint programming language)
    267. Janus (time-reversible computing programming language)
    268. JASS
    269. Java
    270. JavaFX Script
    271. JavaScript
    272. Jess (programming language)
    273. JCL
    274. JEAN
    275. Join Java
    276. JOSS
    277. Joule
    278. JOVIAL
    279. Joy
    280. JScript
    281. JScript .NET
    282. Julia
    283. Jython
    284. Kaleidoscope
    285. Karel
    286. KEE
    287. Kixtart
    288. Klerer-May System
    289. KIF (Knowledge Interchange Format)
    290. Kojo
    291. Kotlin
    292. KRC
    293. KRL
    294. KRL (KUKA Robot Language)
    295. KRYPTON
    296. KornShell (ksh)
    297. Kodu
    298. Kv (Kivy)
    299. LabVIEW
    300. Ladder
    301. LANSA
    302. Lasso
    303. Lava
    304. LC-3
    305. Lean
    306. Legoscript
    307. Lexico
    308. LIL
    309. LilyPond
    310. Limbo
    311. Limnor
    312. LINC
    313. Lingo
    314. LINQ
    315. LIS
    316. LISA
    317. Language H
    318. Lisp – ISO/IEC 13816
    319. Lite-C
    320. Lithe
    321. Little b
    322. LLL
    323. Logo
    324. Logtalk
    325. LotusScript
    326. LPC
    327. LSE
    328. LSL
    329. LiveCode
    330. LiveScript
    331. Lua
    332. Lucid
    333. Lustre
    334. LYaPAS
    335. Lynx
    336. M2001
    337. M4
    338. M#
    339. Machine code
    340. MAD (Michigan Algorithm Decoder)
    341. MAD/I
    342. Magik
    343. Magma
    344. Máni
    345. Maple
    346. MAPPER (now part of BIS)
    347. MARK-IV (now VISION:BUILDER)
    348. Mary
    349. MATLAB
    350. MASM Microsoft Assembly x86
    351. MATH-MATIC
    352. Maude system
    353. Maxima (see also Macsyma)
    354. Max (Max Msp – Graphical Programming Environment)
    355. MaxScript internal language 3D Studio Max
    356. Maya (MEL)
    357. MDL
    358. Mercury
    359. Mesa
    360. MHEG-5 (Interactive TV programming language)
    361. Microcode
    362. MicroScript
    363. Microsoft Power Fx
    364. MIIS
    365. Milk (programming language)
    366. MIMIC
    367. Mirah
    368. Miranda
    369. MIVA Script
    370. ML
    371. Model 204
    372. Modelica
    373. Modula
    374. Modula-2
    375. Modula-3
    376. Mohol
    377. MOO
    378. Moonscipt
    379. Mortran
    380. Mouse
    381. MPD
    382. MSL
    383. MUMPS
    384. MuPAD
    385. Mutan
    386. Mystic Programming Language (MPL)
    387. NASM
    388. Napier88
    389. Neko
    390. Nemerle
    391. NESL
    392. Net.Data
    393. NetLogo
    394. NetRexx
    395. NewLISP
    396. NEWP
    397. Newspeak
    398. NewtonScript
    399. Nial
    400. Nickle (NITIN)
    401. Nim
    402. Nix (Systems configuration language)
    403. NPL
    404. Not eXactly C (NXC)
    405. Not Quite C (NQC)
    406. NSIS
    407. Nu
    408. NWScript
    409. NXT-G
    410. o:XML
    411. Oak
    412. Oberon
    413. OBJ2
    414. Object Lisp
    415. ObjectLOGO
    416. Object REXX
    417. Object Pascal
    418. Objective-C
    419. Objective-J
    420. Obliq
    421. OCaml
    422. occam
    423. occam-π
    424. Octave
    425. OmniMark
    426. Opa
    427. Opal
    428. OpenCL
    429. OpenEdge ABL
    430. OPL
    431. OpenVera
    432. OPS5
    433. OptimJ
    434. Orc
    435. ORCA/Modula-2
    436. Oriel
    437. Orwell
    438. Oxygene
    439. Oz
    440. P4
    441. P′′
    442. ParaSail (programming language)
    443. PARI/GP
    444. Pascal – ISO 7185
    445. Pascal Script
    446. PCASTL
    447. PCF
    448. PEARL
    449. PeopleCode
    450. Perl
    451. PDL
    452. Pharo
    453. PHP
    454. Pico
    455. Picolisp
    456. Pict
    457. Pike
    458. PILOT
    459. Pipelines
    460. Pizza
    461. PL-11
    462. PL/0
    463. PL/B
    464. PL/C
    465. PL/I – ISO 6160
    466. PL/M
    467. PL/P
    468. PL/S
    469. PL/SQL
    470. PL360
    471. PLANC
    472. Plankalkül
    473. Planner
    474. PLEX
    475. PLEXIL
    476. Plus
    477. POP-11
    478. POP-2
    479. PostScript
    480. PortablE
    481. POV-Ray SDL
    482. Powerhouse
    483. PowerBuilder – 4GL GUI application generator from Sybase
    484. PowerShell
    485. PPL
    486. Processing
    487. Processing.js
    488. Prograph
    489. PROIV
    490. Project Verona
    491. Prolog
    492. PROMAL
    493. Promela
    494. PROSE modeling language
    495. PROTEL
    496. ProvideX
    497. Pro*C
    498. Pure
    499. Pure Data
    500. PureScript
    501. Python
    502. Q (programming language from Kx Systems)
    503. Q# (Microsoft programming language)
    504. Qalb
    505. Quantum Computation Language
    506. QtScript
    507. QuakeC
    508. QPL
    509. .QL
    510. R++
    511. Racket
    512. Raku
    513. RAPID
    514. Rapira
    515. Ratfiv
    516. Ratfor
    517. rc
    518. Reason
    519. REBOL
    520. Red
    521. Redcode
    522. REFAL
    523. REXX
    524. Rlab
    525. ROOP
    526. RPG
    527. RPL
    528. RSL
    529. RTL/2
    530. Ruby
    531. Rust
    532. S2
    533. S3
    534. S-Lang
    535. S-PLUS
    536. SA-C
    537. SabreTalk
    538. SAIL
    539. SAKO
    540. SAS
    541. SASL
    542. Sather
    543. Sawzall
    544. Scala
    545. Scheme
    546. Scilab
    547. Scratch
    548. Script.NET
    549. Sed
    550. Seed7
    551. Self
    552. SenseTalk
    553. SequenceL
    554. Serpent
    555. SETL
    556. Short Code
    557. SIMPOL
    558. SIGNAL
    559. Silver
    560. SiMPLE
    561. SIMSCRIPT
    562. Simula
    563. Simulink
    564. Sing# (Sing Sharp)
    565. SISAL
    566. SLIP
    567. SMALL
    568. Smalltalk
    569. SML
    570. Strongtalk
    571. Snap!
    572. SNOBOL (SPITBOL)
    573. Snowball
    574. SOL
    575. Solidity
    576. SOPHAEROS
    577. Source
    578. SPARK
    579. Speakeasy
    580. Spec# (Spec Sharp)
    581. Speedcode
    582. SPIN
    583. SP/k
    584. SPS
    585. SQL
    586. SQR
    587. Squeak
    588. Squirrel
    589. SR
    590. S/SL
    591. Starlogo
    592. Strand
    593. Stata
    594. Stateflow
    595. Subtext
    596. SBL
    597. SuperCollider
    598. Superplan
    599. SuperTalk
    600. Swift (Apple programming language)
    601. Swift (parallel scripting language)
    602. SYMPL
    603. SystemVerilog
    604. TACL
    605. TACPOL
    606. TADS (Text Adventure Development System)
    607. TAL
    608. Tcl
    609. Tea
    610. TECO (Text Editor and Corrector)
    611. TELCOMP
    612. TeX
    613. TEX (Text Executive Programming Language)
    614. TIE
    615. TMG (TransMo Griffer), compiler-compiler
    616. Tom
    617. Toi
    618. Topspeed (Clarion)
    619. TPU (Text Processing Utility)
    620. Trac
    621. TTM
    622. T-SQL (Transact-SQL)
    623. Transcript (LiveCode)
    624. TTCN (Tree and Tabular Combined Notation)
    625. Turing
    626. TUTOR (PLATO Author Language)
    627. TXL
    628. TypeScript
    629. Tynker
    630. Ubercode
    631. UCSD Pascal
    632. Umple
    633. Unicon
    634. Uniface
    635. UNITY
    636. UnrealScript
    637. Vala
    638. Verilog
    639. VHDL
    640. Vim script
    641. Viper (Ethereum/Ether (ETH))
    642. Visual DataFlex
    643. Visual DialogScript
    644. Visual FoxPro
    645. Visual J++ (Visual J plus plus)
    646. Visual LISP
    647. Visual Objects
    648. Visual Prolog
    649. WATFIV, WATFOR (WATerloo FORtran IV)
    650. WebAssembly
    651. WebDNA
    652. Whiley
    653. Winbatch
    654. Wolfram Language
    655. Wyvern
    656. X++ (X plus plus/Microsoft Dynamics AX)
    657. X10
    658. xBase++ (xBase plus plus)
    659. XBL
    660. XC (targets XMOS architecture)
    661. xHarbour
    662. XL
    663. Xojo
    664. XOTcl
    665. Xod
    666. XPL
    667. XPL0
    668. XQuery
    669. XSB
    670. XSharp (X#)
    671. XSLT
    672. Xtend
    673. Yorick
    674. YQL
    675. Yoix
    676. Z notation
    677. Zebra, ZPL, ZPL2
    678. Zeno
    679. ZetaLisp
    680. Zig
    681. ZOPL
    682. ZPL
    683. Z++

     

     

When i ask for more specs, don't expect me to know the answer!
I'm just helping YOU to help YOURSELF!
(The more info you give the easier it is for others to help you out!)

Not willing to capitulate to the ignorance of the masses!

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@HanZie82
I was mentioning just some of the most, currently popular programming languages.. what were you doing?
Ah, showing how amazing computer programming is? - Yeah, some of the names are hilarious! :D
What about them? I believe that having +500 sub-categories is too much, and only those that are used the most by the community as in posting and commenting - should remain.
And put everything else in the "Other" sub-category :/

I cannot quote people with the built-in function because I almost never enable JavaScript on websites. You won't get notified if I reply to you, sadly :/

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No need for subcategories. Use the tags feature of the forum. 🤷‍♂️.

If people set the appropriate tag for the language being discussed, you can click the tag to filter topics based on language. Probably need to make it mandatory to make it work properly. (There probably is a forum mod for this type of thing. But its not really needed here as this category is not that busy really.)

 

You start adding separate categories and you'll get posts asking why has xyz not have a category?

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tags are a thing

4 hours ago, HanZie82 said:

Not a bad idea, but what about:

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    2. A.NET (A#/A sharp)
    3. A-0 System
    4. A+ (A plus)
    5. ABAP
    6. ABC
    7. ABC ALGOL
    8. ACC
    9. Accent (Rational Synergy)
    10. Ace DASL (Distributed Application Specification Language)
    11. Action!
    12. ActionScript
    13. Actor
    14. Ada
    15. Adenine (Haystack)
    16. AdvPL
    17. Agda
    18. Agilent VEE (Keysight VEE)
    19. Agora
    20. AIMMS
    21. Aldor
    22. Alef
    23. ALF
    24. ALGOL 58
    25. ALGOL 60
    26. ALGOL 68
    27. ALGOL W
    28. Alice (Alice ML)
    29. Alma-0
    30. AmbientTalk
    31. Amiga E
    32. AMOS (AMOS BASIC)
    33. AMPL
    34. Analitik
    35. AngelScript
    36. Apache Pig latin
    37. Apex (Salesforce.com, Inc)
    38. APL
    39. App Inventor for Android's visual block language (MIT App Inventor)
    40. AppleScript
    41. APT
    42. Arc
    43. ARexx
    44. Argus
    45. Assembly language (ASM)
    46. AutoIt
    47. AutoLISP / Visual LISP
    48. Averest
    49. AWK
    50. Axum
    51. Babbage
    52. Ballerina
    53. Bash
    54. BASIC
    55. Batch file (Windows/MS-DOS)
    56. bc (basic calculator)
    57. BCPL
    58. BeanShell
    59. Bertrand
    60. BETA
    61. BLISS
    62. Blockly
    63. BlooP
    64. Boo
    65. Boomerang
    66. Bosque
    67. C – ISO/IEC 9899
    68. C-- (C minus minus)
    69. C++ (C plus plus) – ISO/IEC 14882
    70. C*
    71. C# (C sharp) – ISO/IEC 23270
    72. C/AL
    73. Caché ObjectScript
    74. C Shell (csh)
    75. Caml
    76. Cayenne (Lennart Augustsson)
    77. CDuce
    78. Cecil
    79. CESIL (Computer Education in Schools Instruction Language)
    80. Céu
    81. Ceylon
    82. CFEngine
    83. Cg (High-Level Shader/Shading Language [HLSL])
    84. Ch
    85. Chapel (Cascade High Productivity Language)
    86. Charm
    87. CHILL
    88. CHIP-8
    89. ChucK
    90. Cilk (also Cilk++ and Cilk plus)
    91. Control Language
    92. Claire
    93. Clarion
    94. Clean
    95. Clipper
    96. CLIPS
    97. CLIST
    98. Clojure
    99. CLU
    100. CMS-2
    101. COBOL – ISO/IEC 1989
    102. CobolScript – COBOL Scripting language
    103. Cobra
    104. CoffeeScript
    105. ColdFusion
    106. COMAL
    107. COMIT
    108. Common Intermediate Language (CIL)
    109. Common Lisp (also known as CL)
    110. COMPASS
    111. Component Pascal
    112. Constraint Handling Rules (CHR)
    113. COMTRAN
    114. Cool
    115. Coq
    116. Coral 66
    117. CorVision
    118. COWSEL
    119. CPL
    120. Cryptol
    121. Crystal
    122. Csound
    123. Cuneiform
    124. Curl
    125. Curry
    126. Cybil
    127. Cyclone
    128. Cypher Query Language
    129. Cython
    130. CEEMAC
    131. Dart
    132. Darwin
    133. DataFlex
    134. Datalog
    135. DATATRIEVE
    136. dBase
    137. dc
    138. DCL (DIGITAL Command Language)
    139. Delphi
    140. DinkC
    141. DIBOL
    142. Dog
    143. Draco
    144. DRAKON
    145. Dylan
    146. DYNAMO
    147. DAX (Data Analysis Expressions)
    148. Ease
    149. Easy PL/I
    150. EASYTRIEVE PLUS
    151. eC
    152. ECMAScript
    153. Edinburgh IMP
    154. EGL
    155. Eiffel
    156. ELAN
    157. Elixir
    158. Elm
    159. Emacs Lisp
    160. Emerald
    161. Epigram
    162. EPL (Easy Programming Language)
    163. EPL (Eltron Programming Language)
    164. Erlang
    165. es
    166. Escher
    167. ESPOL
    168. Esterel
    169. Etoys
    170. Euclid
    171. Euler
    172. Euphoria
    173. EusLisp Robot Programming Language
    174. CMS EXEC (EXEC)
    175. EXEC 2
    176. Executable UML
    177. Ezhil
    178. F# (F sharp)
    179. F*
    180. Factor
    181. Fantom
    182. FAUST
    183. FFP
    184. fish
    185. Fjölnir
    186. FL
    187. Flavors
    188. Flex
    189. Flix
    190. FlooP
    191. FLOW-MATIC (B0)
    192. FOCAL (Formulating On-Line Calculations in Algebraic Language/FOrmula CALculator)
    193. FOCUS
    194. FOIL
    195. FORMAC (FORMula MAnipulation Compiler)
    196. @Formula
    197. Forth
    198. Fortran – ISO/IEC 1539
    199. Fortress
    200. FP
    201. FoxBase/FoxPro
    202. Franz Lisp
    203. Futhark
    204. F-Script
    205. Game Maker Language (Scripting language)
    206. GameMonkey Script
    207. GAMS (General Algebraic Modeling System)
    208. GAP
    209. G-code
    210. GDScript (Godot)
    211. Genie
    212. GDL (Geometric Description Language)
    213. GEORGE
    214. GLSL (OpenGL Shading Language)
    215. GNU E
    216. GNU Guile (GNU Ubiquitous Intelligent Language for Extensions)
    217. Go
    218. Go!
    219. GOAL (Game Oriented Assembly Lisp)
    220. Gödel
    221. Golo
    222. GOM (Good Old Mad)
    223. Google Apps Script
    224. Gosu
    225. GOTRAN (IBM 1620)
    226. GPSS (General Purpose Simulation System)
    227. GraphTalk (Computer Sciences Corporation)
    228. GRASS
    229. Grasshopper
    230. Groovy (Apache Groovy)
    231. Hack
    232. HAGGIS
    233. HAL/S
    234. Halide (programming language)
    235. Hamilton C shell
    236. Harbour
    237. Hartmann pipelines
    238. Haskell
    239. Haxe
    240. Hermes
    241. High Level Assembly (HLA)
    242. HLSL
    243. Hollywood
    244. HolyC (TempleOS)
    245. Hop
    246. Hopscotch
    247. Hope
    248. Hugo (Interactive Fiction/IF)
    249. Hume
    250. HyperTalk
    251. Io
    252. Icon
    253. IBM Basic assembly language
    254. IBM HAScript
    255. IBM Informix-4GL
    256. IBM RPG
    257. IDL
    258. Idris
    259. Inform
    260. ISLISP
    261. J# (J sharp)
    262. J++ (J plus plus)
    263. JADE
    264. Jai
    265. JAL
    266. Janus (concurrent constraint programming language)
    267. Janus (time-reversible computing programming language)
    268. JASS
    269. Java
    270. JavaFX Script
    271. JavaScript
    272. Jess (programming language)
    273. JCL
    274. JEAN
    275. Join Java
    276. JOSS
    277. Joule
    278. JOVIAL
    279. Joy
    280. JScript
    281. JScript .NET
    282. Julia
    283. Jython
    284. Kaleidoscope
    285. Karel
    286. KEE
    287. Kixtart
    288. Klerer-May System
    289. KIF (Knowledge Interchange Format)
    290. Kojo
    291. Kotlin
    292. KRC
    293. KRL
    294. KRL (KUKA Robot Language)
    295. KRYPTON
    296. KornShell (ksh)
    297. Kodu
    298. Kv (Kivy)
    299. LabVIEW
    300. Ladder
    301. LANSA
    302. Lasso
    303. Lava
    304. LC-3
    305. Lean
    306. Legoscript
    307. Lexico
    308. LIL
    309. LilyPond
    310. Limbo
    311. Limnor
    312. LINC
    313. Lingo
    314. LINQ
    315. LIS
    316. LISA
    317. Language H
    318. Lisp – ISO/IEC 13816
    319. Lite-C
    320. Lithe
    321. Little b
    322. LLL
    323. Logo
    324. Logtalk
    325. LotusScript
    326. LPC
    327. LSE
    328. LSL
    329. LiveCode
    330. LiveScript
    331. Lua
    332. Lucid
    333. Lustre
    334. LYaPAS
    335. Lynx
    336. M2001
    337. M4
    338. M#
    339. Machine code
    340. MAD (Michigan Algorithm Decoder)
    341. MAD/I
    342. Magik
    343. Magma
    344. Máni
    345. Maple
    346. MAPPER (now part of BIS)
    347. MARK-IV (now VISION:BUILDER)
    348. Mary
    349. MATLAB
    350. MASM Microsoft Assembly x86
    351. MATH-MATIC
    352. Maude system
    353. Maxima (see also Macsyma)
    354. Max (Max Msp – Graphical Programming Environment)
    355. MaxScript internal language 3D Studio Max
    356. Maya (MEL)
    357. MDL
    358. Mercury
    359. Mesa
    360. MHEG-5 (Interactive TV programming language)
    361. Microcode
    362. MicroScript
    363. Microsoft Power Fx
    364. MIIS
    365. Milk (programming language)
    366. MIMIC
    367. Mirah
    368. Miranda
    369. MIVA Script
    370. ML
    371. Model 204
    372. Modelica
    373. Modula
    374. Modula-2
    375. Modula-3
    376. Mohol
    377. MOO
    378. Moonscipt
    379. Mortran
    380. Mouse
    381. MPD
    382. MSL
    383. MUMPS
    384. MuPAD
    385. Mutan
    386. Mystic Programming Language (MPL)
    387. NASM
    388. Napier88
    389. Neko
    390. Nemerle
    391. NESL
    392. Net.Data
    393. NetLogo
    394. NetRexx
    395. NewLISP
    396. NEWP
    397. Newspeak
    398. NewtonScript
    399. Nial
    400. Nickle (NITIN)
    401. Nim
    402. Nix (Systems configuration language)
    403. NPL
    404. Not eXactly C (NXC)
    405. Not Quite C (NQC)
    406. NSIS
    407. Nu
    408. NWScript
    409. NXT-G
    410. o:XML
    411. Oak
    412. Oberon
    413. OBJ2
    414. Object Lisp
    415. ObjectLOGO
    416. Object REXX
    417. Object Pascal
    418. Objective-C
    419. Objective-J
    420. Obliq
    421. OCaml
    422. occam
    423. occam-π
    424. Octave
    425. OmniMark
    426. Opa
    427. Opal
    428. OpenCL
    429. OpenEdge ABL
    430. OPL
    431. OpenVera
    432. OPS5
    433. OptimJ
    434. Orc
    435. ORCA/Modula-2
    436. Oriel
    437. Orwell
    438. Oxygene
    439. Oz
    440. P4
    441. P′′
    442. ParaSail (programming language)
    443. PARI/GP
    444. Pascal – ISO 7185
    445. Pascal Script
    446. PCASTL
    447. PCF
    448. PEARL
    449. PeopleCode
    450. Perl
    451. PDL
    452. Pharo
    453. PHP
    454. Pico
    455. Picolisp
    456. Pict
    457. Pike
    458. PILOT
    459. Pipelines
    460. Pizza
    461. PL-11
    462. PL/0
    463. PL/B
    464. PL/C
    465. PL/I – ISO 6160
    466. PL/M
    467. PL/P
    468. PL/S
    469. PL/SQL
    470. PL360
    471. PLANC
    472. Plankalkül
    473. Planner
    474. PLEX
    475. PLEXIL
    476. Plus
    477. POP-11
    478. POP-2
    479. PostScript
    480. PortablE
    481. POV-Ray SDL
    482. Powerhouse
    483. PowerBuilder – 4GL GUI application generator from Sybase
    484. PowerShell
    485. PPL
    486. Processing
    487. Processing.js
    488. Prograph
    489. PROIV
    490. Project Verona
    491. Prolog
    492. PROMAL
    493. Promela
    494. PROSE modeling language
    495. PROTEL
    496. ProvideX
    497. Pro*C
    498. Pure
    499. Pure Data
    500. PureScript
    501. Python
    502. Q (programming language from Kx Systems)
    503. Q# (Microsoft programming language)
    504. Qalb
    505. Quantum Computation Language
    506. QtScript
    507. QuakeC
    508. QPL
    509. .QL
    510. R++
    511. Racket
    512. Raku
    513. RAPID
    514. Rapira
    515. Ratfiv
    516. Ratfor
    517. rc
    518. Reason
    519. REBOL
    520. Red
    521. Redcode
    522. REFAL
    523. REXX
    524. Rlab
    525. ROOP
    526. RPG
    527. RPL
    528. RSL
    529. RTL/2
    530. Ruby
    531. Rust
    532. S2
    533. S3
    534. S-Lang
    535. S-PLUS
    536. SA-C
    537. SabreTalk
    538. SAIL
    539. SAKO
    540. SAS
    541. SASL
    542. Sather
    543. Sawzall
    544. Scala
    545. Scheme
    546. Scilab
    547. Scratch
    548. Script.NET
    549. Sed
    550. Seed7
    551. Self
    552. SenseTalk
    553. SequenceL
    554. Serpent
    555. SETL
    556. Short Code
    557. SIMPOL
    558. SIGNAL
    559. Silver
    560. SiMPLE
    561. SIMSCRIPT
    562. Simula
    563. Simulink
    564. Sing# (Sing Sharp)
    565. SISAL
    566. SLIP
    567. SMALL
    568. Smalltalk
    569. SML
    570. Strongtalk
    571. Snap!
    572. SNOBOL (SPITBOL)
    573. Snowball
    574. SOL
    575. Solidity
    576. SOPHAEROS
    577. Source
    578. SPARK
    579. Speakeasy
    580. Spec# (Spec Sharp)
    581. Speedcode
    582. SPIN
    583. SP/k
    584. SPS
    585. SQL
    586. SQR
    587. Squeak
    588. Squirrel
    589. SR
    590. S/SL
    591. Starlogo
    592. Strand
    593. Stata
    594. Stateflow
    595. Subtext
    596. SBL
    597. SuperCollider
    598. Superplan
    599. SuperTalk
    600. Swift (Apple programming language)
    601. Swift (parallel scripting language)
    602. SYMPL
    603. SystemVerilog
    604. TACL
    605. TACPOL
    606. TADS (Text Adventure Development System)
    607. TAL
    608. Tcl
    609. Tea
    610. TECO (Text Editor and Corrector)
    611. TELCOMP
    612. TeX
    613. TEX (Text Executive Programming Language)
    614. TIE
    615. TMG (TransMo Griffer), compiler-compiler
    616. Tom
    617. Toi
    618. Topspeed (Clarion)
    619. TPU (Text Processing Utility)
    620. Trac
    621. TTM
    622. T-SQL (Transact-SQL)
    623. Transcript (LiveCode)
    624. TTCN (Tree and Tabular Combined Notation)
    625. Turing
    626. TUTOR (PLATO Author Language)
    627. TXL
    628. TypeScript
    629. Tynker
    630. Ubercode
    631. UCSD Pascal
    632. Umple
    633. Unicon
    634. Uniface
    635. UNITY
    636. UnrealScript
    637. Vala
    638. Verilog
    639. VHDL
    640. Vim script
    641. Viper (Ethereum/Ether (ETH))
    642. Visual DataFlex
    643. Visual DialogScript
    644. Visual FoxPro
    645. Visual J++ (Visual J plus plus)
    646. Visual LISP
    647. Visual Objects
    648. Visual Prolog
    649. WATFIV, WATFOR (WATerloo FORtran IV)
    650. WebAssembly
    651. WebDNA
    652. Whiley
    653. Winbatch
    654. Wolfram Language
    655. Wyvern
    656. X++ (X plus plus/Microsoft Dynamics AX)
    657. X10
    658. xBase++ (xBase plus plus)
    659. XBL
    660. XC (targets XMOS architecture)
    661. xHarbour
    662. XL
    663. Xojo
    664. XOTcl
    665. Xod
    666. XPL
    667. XPL0
    668. XQuery
    669. XSB
    670. XSharp (X#)
    671. XSLT
    672. Xtend
    673. Yorick
    674. YQL
    675. Yoix
    676. Z notation
    677. Zebra, ZPL, ZPL2
    678. Zeno
    679. ZetaLisp
    680. Zig
    681. ZOPL
    682. ZPL
    683. Z++

     

     

Where is rockstar, brainf***, whitespace and the rest?

ಠ_ಠ  if i said something stupid please let me know

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21 hours ago, ZFSinmylungs said:

I recommend you make sub-categories per-language to make it a ton-much easier to read stuff.
Recommended categories:
C
C++
Python
PHP
HTML
LUA
C#
etc.

you can use the "tags" feature to achieve the same effect without creating 1000 subforums.

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Sauron'stm Product Scores:

Spoiler

Just a list of my personal scores for some products, in no particular order, with brief comments. I just got the idea to do them so they aren't many for now :)

Don't take these as complete reviews or final truths - they are just my personal impressions on products I may or may not have used, summed up in a couple of sentences and a rough score. All scores take into account the unit's price and time of release, heavily so, therefore don't expect absolute performance to be reflected here.

 

-Lenovo Thinkpad X220 - [8/10]

Spoiler

A durable and reliable machine that is relatively lightweight, has all the hardware it needs to never feel sluggish and has a great IPS matte screen. Downsides are mostly due to its age, most notably the screen resolution of 1366x768 and usb 2.0 ports.

 

-Apple Macbook (2015) - [Garbage -/10]

Spoiler

From my perspective, this product has no redeeming factors given its price and the competition. It is underpowered, overpriced, impractical due to its single port and is made redundant even by Apple's own iPad pro line.

 

-OnePlus X - [7/10]

Spoiler

A good phone for the price. It does everything I (and most people) need without being sluggish and has no particularly bad flaws. The lack of recent software updates and relatively barebones feature kit (most notably the lack of 5GHz wifi, biometric sensors and backlight for the capacitive buttons) prevent it from being exceptional.

 

-Microsoft Surface Book 2 - [Garbage - -/10]

Spoiler

Overpriced and rushed, offers nothing notable compared to the competition, doesn't come with an adequate charger despite the premium price. Worse than the Macbook for not even offering the small plus sides of having macOS. Buy a Razer Blade if you want high performance in a (relatively) light package.

 

-Intel Core i7 2600/k - [9/10]

Spoiler

Quite possibly Intel's best product launch ever. It had all the bleeding edge features of the time, it came with a very significant performance improvement over its predecessor and it had a soldered heatspreader, allowing for efficient cooling and great overclocking. Even the "locked" version could be overclocked through the multiplier within (quite reasonable) limits.

 

-Apple iPad Pro - [5/10]

Spoiler

A pretty good product, sunk by its price (plus the extra cost of the physical keyboard and the pencil). Buy it if you don't mind the Apple tax and are looking for a very light office machine with an excellent digitizer. Particularly good for rich students. Bad for cheap tinkerers like myself.

 

 

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Didn't know they existed, thanks

I cannot quote people with the built-in function because I almost never enable JavaScript on websites. You won't get notified if I reply to you, sadly :/

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