List of Hello World Programs in 300 Programming Languages

Hello, world! Programs are usually written to make the text “Hello, world!” appear on a computer screen. This is also a basic sanity check for an installation of a new programming language. The first Hello World program appeared in chapter 1.1 of the first edition of Kernighan & Ritchie’s original book about C, ‘The C Programming Language’, in 1978. This is considered to be the first ever “Hello World!” program.

GO – A systems programming language from Google

Google launched Go, a new systems programming language born with concurrency, simplicity and performance in mind. Go is open source and its syntax is similar to C Programming Language, C++ and Python. Typical builds take a fraction of a second yet the resulting...

50 C/C++ source code websites

It’s well known that C/C++ languages are the most dominant programming languages around. As I mentioned in the previous post "Top 10 best applications written in C/C++" that most of the big software, operating systems, games and other scientific tools...

Famous Programming Languages – Authors and History

Today I have compiled a list of ten programming languages with their application domains and little historic background. Also I have mentioned the names of the developers of these languages along with their little biography. I hope you will find this article quite useful. The list is developed by researching through language websites, developers’ biographies and other related search engines. These programming languages include C and C++ programming language, Java, Pascal, Python, Basic programming language, COBOL, FORTRAN, Lisp, Perl, R, Swift and Go programming language. There are many other languages out there and covering all of the is out of scope of this article.