Heater wrote: ↑
Wed Mar 14, 2018 10:11 am
Warning. Language war alert!
I'm sure the "collective" will have as many different views on this as there are members. Or at least as many as there are programming languages.
You weren't wrong. The language wars have started.
I'd say COBOL but the support on a Raspberry is a bit patchy (although you can get COBOL code to spit out Java JAR files with Elastic COBOL).
The obvious answer is "pick a language you know". The less obvious answer is "pick a language you want to learn" (which is why all the code I've written recently has been in C++).
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