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General discussion / Re: Top Programming languages 2023 Survey
« Last post by frankie on Yesterday at 10:43:55 PM »
That data should be related to the software products distribution.
The big explosion of web applications requires a large use of web programming languages, this leads to the grow of script languages, HTML, javascript, python, etc.
Similar reasons drive the grow of multiplatform languages/frameworks (Azure and similar).
Making 100% the whole, those new programming field apparently seems to occupy the 90%, but this is exactly the growth, more or less, of new applications. Conclusion the use of imperative strong languages, as C/C++, are the same.
Why? Because an OS, time critical programs, high efficiency computation, requires them, C/C++ and even FORTRAN sometimes.  ;)

Anyway the software/hardware development always follows the dog-tail law: when a more powerful hardware is created there always follow a new OS or language or user interface to make it slow!  ;D ;D ;D
General discussion / Re: Top Programming languages 2023 Survey
« Last post by Vortex on Yesterday at 09:13:22 PM »
While there is a big propaganda behind the popular scripting languages, the C language is not losing it's importance.
Eventually you can try also this.
Work in progress / Re: ChatGPT examples
« Last post by Vortex on Yesterday at 08:56:37 PM »
Hi KunJohn,

Welcome to Pelles C forum.

I agree with you. The artificial intelligence is powered by big compainies investing a lot of efforts and money. Time will help to improve the quality of the code written by the artificial intelligence.
'Load Type Library' option is from Add-In
typelib. dll
Assembly discussions / Re: Binary search
« Last post by HellOfMice on Yesterday at 06:36:19 PM »
Very short!
Thank You Vortex
Work in progress / Re: ChatGPT examples
« Last post by KunJohn on Yesterday at 02:25:10 PM »
I read somewhere recently that AI already uses probably 9 programming languages..but integrating AI software into an already diverse business environment requires the use of a range of programming tools, such as several languages, frameworks and libraries. These technologies often require extraordinary competence and expertise.
General discussion / Re: Top Programming languages 2023 Survey
« Last post by KunJohn on Yesterday at 02:19:15 PM »
And I've seen this comparison, a little different though largely similar. Python ranks first with 30.09%, followed by Java with 18.84%, then JavaScript with 8.1%, C# with 7.27%, PHP with 6.08% and C/C++ with 5.86%,
Thanks for a lot of valuable and useful information, I don't know if you have noticed one issue, and that is Pelles C has in the File - Load Type Library menu. Especially the index of a character, word, line, sentence or paragraph has been very useful for me in this case.

I saw this link and that is where I obtained the original include file. However, this did not cover functions for tables such as insert table, delete row, insert column, etc.

Pelles C have in menu File -> Load Type Library

I don't understand. When I select File from the menu in Pelles C there isn't a 'Load Type Library' option.

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