i’m a compsci major! so i’ve dealt with a lot of programming languages, haha. mostly java to be honest. the exhaustive list is probably more inclusive of “things i learned in a couple weeks but really didn’t understand,” to be honest.
anyway, this quarter for classes that involve code i’m studying computer systems (so c, which is very closely linked to hardware, then c++ to build off of that.) and artificial intelligence (we get to use python for it which is nice- for beginner languages i’ve heard it’s good, and as said most research projects i’ve had peripheral knowledge of has used python.)
I knew it! One of my friends is also a comp sci major and he seems to have a weird love-hate relationship with it.
Uh, C++ and MATLAB are the only languages I’ve dealt with (is MATLAB even a language? I don’t know) and presumably will deal with, aha. C++ seemed pretty straightforward most of the time? The class I took didn’t seem to go too in depth… And I don’t even remember how to use MATLAB (which is kinda bad considering I’m taking a class with it this quarter -__-).
I think MATLAB is considered a language, though I haven’t worked in it myself; I think it’s more abstracted than other language? Not positive though. Hope you figure it out for your class; it’s a lot easier to get back into a language than it is to start it (in my experience at the least), so you should be fine.
I’m actually not too knowledgeable on C++ myself (only had a couple of projects in it, most were building off of other people’s work) but it’s good you’re not having problems with it. (Also since it’s straightforward, probably good for me since I’m going to be working with it more this quarter….)