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If programming languages were musical instruments

Hussein Baghdadi
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Java: Electric guitar, the most popular, a lot of many many amplifiers, you could perform a very solid performance or a catastrophic one.
 Basically, every one had tried it in his life.

C: Spanish guitar, hard to master, a demanding instrument, a lot of details but in the right hand it makes to most outstanding performance. The grandfather for many other guitars breeds.
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Perl: Calliope, multiple instruments glued together and somehow made to work
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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