Re: Languages you know
I professionally use C++ and Lua.
I learned C and Java at Uni and consider myself proficient enough in them to get by.
I've used the pain that is Prolog.
I've dabbled in Python.
I plan to learn C#, but programming professionally has taken the bite out of my free time programming.
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Ridiculous DOES not have an 'e' in it. It comes from "ridicule" and has less than nothing to do with the colour red.