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what's visual programming languages in linux?

rezatjrezatj Posts: 8Member
hi
i want to program under linux, but i don't know any visual programming language under it (such as delphi ,Visual C++ and so on under windows)
please help me.
thank you

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  • chavidchavid Posts: 3Member
    : hi
    : i want to program under linux, but i don't know any visual programming language under it (such as delphi ,Visual C++ and so on under windows)
    : please help me.
    : thank you
    :


    well, there is tcl/tk. that is visual. gtk and perl also. i think those are right. i dunno. donmt get mad if they arn't, im fairly new to linux as well.
  • fedfed Posts: 18Member
    : hi
    : i want to program under linux, but i don't know any visual programming language under it (such as delphi ,Visual C++ and so on under windows)
    : please help me.
    : thank you
    :

    Kylix is pretty "visual", hehe.

    But get rid of those visual annoyments, it's just waste of time, and no Delphi can make you real programmer.

    The best visual thing to edit your programs is [b]vi[/b].

    The best way of learning programming is thinking, reading Knuth (he doesn't use those niceties), and implementing [b]your[/b] thoughts, instead of just rearranging those of Borland, M$ etc...

    True programmers don't click mouse. They use spartan consoles.

    Oh, and, finally, don't use any programming language except K&R C and assembly for any serious project. For not so serious ones you can use Perl.
  • veliusvelius Posts: 456Member
    If your using C++ then the best to use is Trolltech's Qt library. It is usable under all x11 and Win32 platforms.

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  • jbowers9jbowers9 Posts: 8Member
    : : hi
    : : i want to program under linux, but i don't know any visual programming language under it (such as delphi ,Visual C++ and so on under windows)
    : : please help me.
    : : thank you
    : :
    :
    : Kylix is pretty "visual", hehe.
    :
    : But get rid of those visual annoyments, it's just waste of time, and no Delphi can make you real programmer.
    :
    : The best visual thing to edit your programs is [b]vi[/b].
    :
    : The best way of learning programming is thinking, reading Knuth (he doesn't use those niceties), and implementing [b]your[/b] thoughts, instead of just rearranging those of Borland, M$ etc...
    :
    : True programmers don't click mouse. They use spartan consoles.
    :
    : Oh, and, finally, don't use any programming language except K&R C and assembly for any serious project. For not so serious ones you can use Perl.
    :

    i do c/c++ programming and although i'm nowhere near the pedigree of the boys/girls at nasa or sandia i can't stand vi. id rather code in wordpad and upload the source code in text format and then use vi to iron the kinks out rather than work exclusively in vi. why should i clutter up my skull-case w/numerous keyboard commands of dubious worth when i could be using it more productively to deal w/the solution to a problem, i.e. "a program". my formal training is in a hard science - chemistry - and trust me, we don't pull rank on each other over who's using burettes vs. who's using a pipetteman. that's as nutty as having alembic envy. happy coding campers!
  • fedfed Posts: 18Member
    : i do c/c++ programming and although i'm nowhere near the pedigree of the boys/girls at nasa or sandia i can't stand vi. id rather code in wordpad and upload the source code in text format and then use vi to iron the kinks out rather than work exclusively in vi. why should i clutter up my skull-case w/numerous keyboard commands of dubious worth when i could be using it more productively to deal w/the solution to a problem, i.e. "a program". my formal training is in a hard science - chemistry - and trust me, we don't pull rank on each other over who's using burettes vs. who's using a pipetteman. that's as nutty as having alembic envy. happy coding campers!
    :

    If you started using vi, you would then get stuck to it.

    If you started using emacs, it's also an editor of choice.

    But how do you use wordpad on Linux? I would rather believe you user Kate or a similar thing like gEdit... WordPad is not a thing for programming.

    You can also consider mcedit.

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