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The 'Hello world' program is the very first bit of code that we learn at school. All it does is brings up the words "Hellow world" on the display. As simple as it may look, it can be used at advanced levels as a preliminary check-up routines, compare syntax differences between programming languages and so on. We have given instances and illustrations of the program in different languages. Check them out below, here's how to write hello world in different programming languages. 

 

 

Hello World in different programming languages

 

1. Bash

 

 

Bash or the Bourne-Again Shell is a Unix-based shell and command programming language developed by Brian Fox as a replacement for the Bourne shell. It is widely known to be the default login shell for Apple's MacOS.

 

 

2. BASIC

 

 

It is an acronym for Beginners All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code. It was developed by John G. Kemeny and Thomas E. Kurtz of Dartmouth college to enable students from other than science and maths to make custom software.

 

 

3. C

 

 

Developed by Dennis Ritchie at Bell Labs C is the most widely used computer programming language.

 

4. C++

 

 

C++ is a developed version of C, where performance oriented tasks are required to be done. It has slightly higher efficiency and flexibility in comparison with C.

 

 

5. C#

 

 

Pronounced as 'see sharp', C# is an object-oriented programming language developed by the team led by Anders Hejlsberg at Microsoft. Its main purpose was to further the cause of common language infrastructure. 

 

 

6. Clipper

 

 

An xBase compiler, Clipper was developed by Nantucket Corporation. Its primary purpose was to create software that worked under MS-DOS.

 

 

7. CoffeScript

 

 

This is a programming language used to transcompile to JavaScript. It can enhance JavaScript's brevity by taking syntactic features of Python, Ruby, and Haskell.

 

 

8. Delphi

 

 

Delphi, which is short for Embarcadero Delphi is an SDK (Software Development Kit) made for the development of desktop, mobile, web and console applications. Delphi is used to create native code for platforms such as windows, MacOS, Android, and iOS.

 

 

9. HTML

 

 

The Hyper Text Markup Language is used to create web pages or web applications. Along with JavaScript and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), HTML forms the basis of the World Wide Web (www).

 

 

10. Java

 

 

Java is a class-based, object-oriented computer programming language that supports the write once, run anywhere (WORA) principle, where a programmer can write a program once and run it on any other machine that supports java hassle-free.

 

 

11. JavaScript

 

 

JS or JavaScript is a runtime language that is used by almost all the web pages in the world. This along with CSS and HTML form the cornerstone of the World Wide Web.

 

 

12. jQuery

 

 

jQuery is just a JavaScript library designed primarily to simplify client-side HTML scripting. statistics say that it is the most widely used JS library.

 

 

13. Julia

 

 

This is a programming language that is used for high-performance numerical analysis and computation sciences.

 

 

14. Logo

 

 

Developed by Daniel G. Bobrow, Wally Feurzeig, Seymour Papert and Cynthia Solomon, Logo is an educational programming language that is based on graphics and logic.

 

 

15. MatLab

 

 

MATrix LABoratory or in short MatLab is a numerical computing environment and programming language that allows plotting of functions, data, and other numerical computations.

 

 

16. Objective-C

 

 

It is an object-oriented programming language that adds a SmallTalk-like messaging system to C. Before the introduction of Swift, it was used by Apple for the OS X and iOS operating systems.

 

 

17. Pascal

 

 

Developed by Niklaus Wirth, it is a procedural programming language that focuses on creating well-structured sets of code and data.

 

 

18. Perl 5

 

 

Perl is a set of dynamic programming languages inclusive of Perl 5 and Perl 6. It gained popularity as a CGI scripting software soon after its introduction in the 1990s.

 

 

19. PHP

 

 

A language that can also be used for general purpose programming, PHP is mainly used as a server-side scripting language. 

 

 

20. Processing

 

 

PHP is a programming language and an IDE, an open source one, that is mainly used to teach the basics of computer programming in a visual context.

 

 

21. Python

 

 

Created by Guido van Rossum Python is a high-level, general-purpose programming language that can express concepts in fewer lines that its other programming language counterparts.

 

 

22. R

 

 

It is an open source language that is mainly used for development of statistical software and data analysis.

 

 

23. Ruby

 

 

Ruby is a dynamic, general-purpose programming language inspired by Perl, Smalltalk, Eiffel, Ada, and Lisp, as told by its creator  Yukihiro Matsumoto.

 

 

24. Swift

 

 

Developed by Apple for the iOS, MacOS, watchOS, tvOS, and Linux as a replacement for Objective-C. It is more concise and resilient to erroneous code than its replacee.

 

 

25. VBScript

 

 

VBScript is a scripting language developed by Microsoft, allowing system administrators to better manage the computers.

 

 

26. Visual Basic .NET

 

 

VB .NET is a successor to VB. Released by Microsoft, that is implemented on the .NET Framework.

 

 

27. XSLT

 

 

Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations, abbreviated to XSLT is a language used to transform XML docs to other XML docs or other formats such as HTML or plain text which are subsequently converted to formats like PDF or PostScript.

 

 

28. Backbone.js

 

 

It is a JavaScript framework, with a JSON interface. It is known for being lightweight and that its only hard dependency is, on the Java library.

 

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