Is It Possible To A Man To Know The All Programming Language's? 😓
Some People Wants To Be A Web Developer & Some People Wants To Be A Mobile App Developer Or Game Developer.. But I Want To Be All These Things All Together..And That's Why I am Asking That Is It Possible To A Man To Know The All Programming Language's?
yes and no.
Listen if you are asking if you can learn all the programming languages and master them, nope that's not possible, plus that's not advisable that you try to do that too.
Yes you can be all three together... You don't need to know all of the programming languages for those fields, a few of them are enough. Just choose for yourself and start learning. Learn and learn, and master them. You'll do great.
All the best 💛
Nobody is going to be "Great" in any language in a couple of days. there's more to a language than syntax.
Let's consider 3 popular OOP languages. C++, Java and C#.
You can learn the keywords of C++ in a few days and know how to use them no problem. Does that make you a "great" C++? No, you still need to learn the headers, libraries and STL that comes with the language. Now try to write a simple program like Windows Notepad. Oh dear, You now need to learn additional libraries to actually be productive - the Windows SDK, MFC libraries or maybe wxWidgets, GTK or some other gui library. So you get good at C++ then...
Java, we know oop no problem. Errm wheres the gui framework? Oh we need to learn Java Swing or JavaFX now! Where's the STL gone? Oh we need too use the Java API, a mere 4000 classes to at least glance through. That's just to know what's available, now you have to get good at it.
So here comes C#. We already know OOP and two other languages. C# is close to C++ no problem. Oh no! now we need to learn the .Net framework. Here we go again.
Nobody is going to be great in a new language in a matter of days. Unless you think great is being able to write "hello world".
I've used assey languages for decades and while there is a lot of common ground between most assemblers there is a big difference in writing for a Z80, 80x86, 8052, PIC and ARM CPUs. The devil, as they say, is in the details.
It takes time and experience to learn the subtleties and nuances of any programming language. Yes you can draw on your experiences with other languages but it still takes time.
here is selection of notable programming languages
( Dialects of BASIC, esoteric programming languages, markup languages, are not included. ) Perhaps you will want learn some frameworks for some of it too.
The TIOBE Index https://www.tiobe.com/tiobe-index/ is an indicator of the popularity of programming languages. The index contains indicators for 50 programming languages.
Assuming that you spend 5 years to become good (not great) at a language then that's 250 years. You could speed things up a bit by doing the top 20 languages in 100 years. If you're in a hurry then just do the top 10 languages in a mere 50 years.
I dare to say that no person can achieve such a feat. There have been approximately 2300 programming lenguages, perhaps there are more.
Surely you canknow the syntax of some of them, but not correctly master "all languages"
Martin Taylor what you say is right, but he would spend 5 years only if he was going to learn a new language from 0 knowledge, the more languages you learn, the much easier it becomes, evetually after learning only 3 or 4 programming languages, one might be able to learn other in a a couple pf weeks if not days, the only thing that changes is syntax, and libraries, which if you're good you can write directly in just by looking at reference