By 'professional apps' i mean apps that you build money.
Posted on 2003-04-02 09:25:35 by clippy
Why Java twice? :)
Posted on 2003-04-02 10:49:02 by Milos

Why Java twice? :)


Because I didnt saw it when I edited the post ;)


I voted for assembly. But I also use VB for prototyping applications and convert them later to assembly.
The only applications I sell are custom creations for other companies... most stuff I code is used in our company itself.

Under Linux, I use a mixture of plain C and assembly.
Posted on 2003-04-02 11:16:22 by bazik
I am currently programming a professionnal app in C and plain Win32API.
Posted on 2003-04-02 11:33:09 by JCP
Usually i use all Asm ,but if it requires Dll's and things of that nature i code those in C. I dunno why i do it ,but it has become a habit now.
Posted on 2003-04-02 16:32:48 by Guy on ASM


Usually i use all Asm ,but if it requires Dll's and things of that nature i code those in C. I dunno why i do it ,but it has become a habit now



You need to rid yourself of that habit :grin:
Posted on 2003-04-02 17:16:23 by Odyssey
VisualFox
and C++
and ASM at rare occasions
Posted on 2003-04-02 18:52:13 by BogdanOntanu
I am a professional developer, so i use a whole bunch of languages :)

Currently we are doing a rather large .Net project, so i am using C#, ASP.Net, HTML, javascript, PL/SQL and T-SQL (yep, all of those).

I also do VB stuff, and do asm stuff at home. And i have even managed to sneak an asm dll into one of our released products (it does MD5 hashing).
Posted on 2003-04-02 19:54:25 by sluggy
Gladiator,

Which one is your language?
Posted on 2003-04-03 02:14:26 by Vortex
I use C++.

I was trying my hands with .NET but i found the framework to be extremly buggy.

But i am really surprised to see so few votes for .NET. With Ms pushing it in full flow i thought that would get the maximum amount of votes.
Posted on 2003-04-04 00:20:43 by clippy
I was trying my hands with .NET but i found the framework to be extremly buggy.
Huh? Which part of the framework did you find buggy? Was it just a particular namespace? You can probably tell from my response that the team i work on has had no major issues with it....
Posted on 2003-04-04 02:49:30 by sluggy
C++, definitely. ASM where it's necessary. Plain C (with some asm) for drivers.
Posted on 2003-04-04 03:22:44 by f0dder
I use a non popular Lenguaje: Clarion for SQL, ASP, And Windows16/32 Apps. But when I want to have fun, I program in ASM.
Posted on 2003-04-09 00:17:48 by Caraveiro
Im a unemployee, I have a lot of time. Im coding in Hex. :grin:


Delphi and Assembler. A years ago Hex for DOS app. Now Im studying hex for Win32. :)
Posted on 2003-04-11 10:16:39 by realvampire
Coding in hex interesting. What is it like?
Posted on 2003-04-11 19:52:59 by Odyssey
Using 90h instead of nop and such. Real man code in binary :grin:

01000111b => inc edi
Posted on 2003-04-11 22:21:21 by roticv
Did you know nop is my favourite mnemonic?
Posted on 2003-04-12 00:19:04 by realvampire
haha... it is easy to remember xchg eax,eax

10010 00b => 90h
Posted on 2003-04-12 02:43:30 by roticv
Is Mov eax,eax are nop Too?:grin: .

Im gonna start build "Real Men" Plus Plus. or Delphi RealMen edition.:grin: . It must be profitable. :tongue:
Posted on 2003-04-12 03:48:06 by realvampire
c
Posted on 2003-04-12 09:11:03 by Bit7