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JavaScript × 1

JavaScript (not to be confused with Java) is a dynamic, weakly-typed language used for client-side as well as server-side scripting. Use this tag for questions regarding ECMAScript and its various dialects/implementations (excluding ActionScript and Google-Apps-Script). Unless another tag for a framework/library is also included, a pure JavaScript answer is expected.

C# × 2

C# is a multi-paradigm, managed, object-oriented programming language created by Microsoft in conjunction with the .NET framework. C# can also be used with non-Microsoft implementations, such as Mono and Xamarin.

Python × 1

Python is a dynamic and strongly typed programming language designed to emphasize usability. Two similar but mostly incompatible versions of Python are in widespread use (2 and 3).

C × 1

C is a general-purpose computer programming language used for operating systems, libraries, games and other high performance work. It is clearly distinct from C++. It was developed in 1972 by Dennis Ritchie for use with the Unix operating system. The language is standardised as ISO 9899.

Java × 1

Java (not to be confused with JavaScript or JScript) is a general-purpose object-oriented programming language designed to be used in conjunction with the Java Virtual Machine (JVM). "Java platform" is the name for a computing system that has installed tools for developing and running Java programs. Use this tag for questions referring to the Java programming language or Java platform tools.

Go × 1

Go is an open source programming language initially developed at Google. It is statically-typed, with syntax loosely derived from C, adding automatic memory management, type safety, some dynamic-typing capabilities, additional built-in types such as variable-length arrays and key-value maps, and a large standard library.