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Programming Languages I've Learned, In Order
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To the best of my recollection:
  • BASIC (TRS-80 Model I) [1980]
  • Z-80 assembly [1981]
  • FORTH [1982]
  • IBM PC BASIC (GW-Basic) [1983]
  • MACLISP [1983]
  • 68000 assembly [1984]
  • x86 assembly [1984]
  • C [1985]
  • FORTRAN [1985]
  • Pascal [1985]
  • Unix shell [1985]
  • VAX/Tahoe assembly [1986]
  • 6809 assembly [1988]
  • Perl [1988]
  • Common Lisp [1988]
  • Prolog [1989]
  • MATLAB [1989]
  • Scheme [1989]
  • DSP3210 assembly [1990]
  • C++ [1993]
  • Access Basic, Visual Basic [1993]
  • NewtonScript [1994]
  • Dylan [1995]
  • Java [1995]
  • (Redacted) DSP assembly [1997]
  • Standard ML [1999]
  • XSLT [2000]
  • Lua [2002]
  • ARM assembly [2003]
  • TCL [2004]
  • Jam [2004]
  • Javascript [2008]
I've used the ones in boldface within the last year.
(Idea via James Tauber)

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(Anonymous)
You should say: what languages I haven't learned.

--YJ

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