what are the languages that a programmer should know ?

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English, most importantly.
For programming languages, a background in C, C++, and Java would often be expected. People might want you to know other languages like C#, Objective - C, Perl, Python, Visual Basic .NET, F#, etc. Ultimately, communication skills in English would always help you the most.
well it depends on what you want to do if you want to go in web development then html,javascript, php or .net would be useful whereas in software development and other things languages like c, c++, python, perl, java etc. can come in handy. though perl and python can also be used in web development.

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The more you know the better.
c, and currently used 1s
all of them really. well atleast thats what every employer is going to want what im trying to say is learn the one you feal comfortable with youll just know. but dont pick any thing outdated like fortran or basic. i use c# and i am trained in .net but ive leaned towards jsp more recently
I have attempted to collect a variety of data about the relative popularity of programming languages, mostly out of curiousity. To some degree popularity does matter - however it is clearly not the only thing to take into account when choosing a programming language. Most experienced programmers should be able to learn the basics of a new language in a week, and be productive with it in a few more weeks, although it will likely take much longer to truly master it Languages u must know 1.C 2.Python 3.C++ 4.Java Script 5.Java 6.VB.net 7.Cocos2d 8.Perl
Cocos2d o.O
Shouldn't C# or Objective-C be somewhere in that list? Perhaps instead of Cocos2d?
Yup but it will go..........veryyyyyy big Cocos2d is a great language for Macintosh Programmers
what do you mean 'veryyyyyy big'? I thought Objective-C was the standard for Apple devs.
i am talking about the list of Languages
The most unheared lang. are clos annd clu
What about esoteric programming languages like Malbolge?
Never heard about that.I have a long way to go (Probably the youngest)
It depends on your career interests
Yes agdgdgdgwngo. You are right. Obj-C is the standard for Apple developers.

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