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Language Compendium

Post by anarchy420x on Wed Mar 07, 2012 12:57 am
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Is there a reference guide on HTS of all the different computer languages? If not, may I ask why?
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Re: Language Compendium

Post by centip3de on Wed Mar 07, 2012 12:59 am
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anarchy420x wrote:Is there a reference guide on HTS of all the different computer languages? If not, may I ask why?


On HTS? Well of course not. Why _would_ we put it on here? This is a place to learn and discuss (all from an educational standpoint, of course) the art of hacking. This isn't a one-stop shop for computers. Wikipedia on the other hand, does have such a list; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_pr ... y_category
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Re: Language Compendium

Post by anarchy420x on Wed Mar 07, 2012 1:07 am
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That's exactly why I am confused; As a place of learning, why wouldn't there be more reference guides? Obviously, a person interested in security needs to learn how to research, observe, think, and problem solve. Having a reference guide for languages doesn't take away from the need to research and learn abroad the internet.
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Re: Language Compendium

Post by centip3de on Wed Mar 07, 2012 1:20 am
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anarchy420x wrote:That's exactly why I am confused; As a place of learning, why wouldn't there be more reference guides? Obviously, a person interested in security needs to learn how to research, observe, think, and problem solve. Having a reference guide for languages doesn't take away from the need to research and learn abroad the internet.


Well you see my good sir, that's why there is Google. We provide a lot of information about security on this site, but of course, not everyone's needs can be met. That's why we tell people to Google things, or use Wikipedia, when our provided links fall short.
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Re: Language Compendium

Post by anarchy420x on Wed Mar 07, 2012 1:40 am
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Of course, =D thank you.

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I looked at that wiki link, talk about overwhelming..
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