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BASIC - fun with a ugly programming language
Z80 Assembly - definitely fun
C - fun and discipline
Pascal - not that fun
Forth - fun and desolation
C++ - fun and discipline
Java - (no comment)
Lua - fun, fun and discipline, fun again
Python - fun, less interesting than Lua
PIC16 assembly - discipline, than, possibly, fun
PIC24 assembly - fun and discipline
PIC32 (MIPS) assembly - fun and discipline
8051 assembly - the poor man fun
Haskell - fun, but...
C# - interesting, less fun than C++
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