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#1 mkprog

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Posted 23 June 2017 - 07:52 AM

My website is a site intended for programmers that describes the basic commands for multiple programming languages.

From two perspectives: commands and keywords.

Please give me some feedback,

I would like to make my sites better,

Thank you for every answer.



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#2 egjk

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Posted 27 June 2017 - 01:55 AM

Ok this is a really cool idea and the site looks good so far... I have a couple of suggestions though:
1. Instead of the same blurb for every language (The most important commands from *** programming language in one place, a unique comparison and each command-operator is shown using a piece of program. Statements-operators of these sample programs are clickable, so with a simple click we have more information available.) how about you have a short summary on the characteristics of the language? Like: JavaScript is a dynamic, weakly typed language etc etc
2. You should have some kind of compare-languages function! You have all this data on the languages so it shouldn't be too hard to do, it would be cool to see a side by side comparison of JavaScript and C or Pascal and C, you could even make it visual like a git diff or something for easy comparison!!! I think it would be cool :)




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