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    Re: "Hello Ubuntu" in every programming language

    Quote Originally Posted by Kadrus View Post
    I think you saw that @ digg.com..didnt you?
    Anyway..to answer your question..this thread is "Hello whats your name?",user input,"hello user and welcome to Ubuntu"..the other one is only hello world..so there is a bit of a difference..
    Yes, I wanted something slightly more involving and instructive than just ordinary Hello World.

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    Re: "Hello Ubuntu" in every programming language

    whitespace (another version)
    Code:
    ---t--t---ntn-----tt-t--tntn-----t----tntn-----t-----ntn-----t-t-tttntn-----tt-t---ntn-----tt----tntn-----ttt-t--ntn-----t--tttntn-----ttt--ttntn-----t-----ntn-----tttt--tntn-----tt-ttttntn-----ttt-t-tntn-----ttt--t-ntn-----t-----ntn-----tt-ttt-ntn-----tt----tntn-----tt-tt-tntn-----tt--t-tntn-----ttttttntn-----t-----ntn-----nn---tt--t--n-n-tnt--n-ttt---t-t-nt--tnt--tt--t---n---tnt---n-n-tt--t--nn---tt--t---n---t--t---ntn-----tt--t-tntn-----tt-tt--ntn-----tt-tt--ntn-----tt-ttttntn-----t-tt--ntn-----t-----ntn-----nn---t--t-tt--n-n-ttt-n----t-t-nt--tnt--tt--t----ntn-----tnt---n-n-t--t-tt--nn---tt--t----n-nn---t----tntn-----t-----ntn-----t-t-tttntn-----tt--t-tntn-----tt-tt--ntn-----tt---ttntn-----tt-ttttntn-----tt-tt-tntn-----tt--t-tntn-----t-----ntn-----ttt-t--ntn-----tt-ttttntn-----t-----ntn-----t-t-t-tntn-----tt---t-ntn-----ttt-t-tntn-----tt-ttt-ntn-----ttt-t--ntn-----ttt-t-tntn-----t----tntn-----t-t-ntn--nnn
    I used the tr command to convert the blanks, tabs and newlines to -, t and n, respectively. The actual version is attached (with .txt added to allow it to be attached).

    Here it is in action (using the perl implementation of whitespace 0.2):

    Code:
    $ perl whitespace.pl helloubuntu.ws 
    Hi! What's your name? WW
    Hello, WW! Welcome to Ubuntu!
    $
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    Re: "Hello Ubuntu" in every programming language

    It used to be possible to do this in Wordstar/Mailmerge, although the input would have to come from a file. Can anyone remember how to do it? It's just so long ago, and i'm getting old...

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    Re: "Hello Ubuntu" in every programming language

    I haven't seen a FORTH version in this thread, so here's one:

    Code:
    ( Welcome to Ubuntu in FORTH )
    : input pad 1+ 127 accept pad c! pad ;
    : getname ." Hi, what is your name? " input ;
    : welcome cr getname cr ." Hello " count type ." ! Welcome to Ubuntu!" ;
    I ran this using gforth from the ubuntu repositories.

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    Re: "Hello Ubuntu" in every programming language

    COBOL !

    Code:
          $ SET SOURCEFORMAT"FREE"
    IDENTIFICATION DIVISION.
    PROGRAM-ID.  HelloWelcomeToUbuntu
    AUTHOR.  Mike Hibbert.
    
    DATA DIVISION.
    WORKING-STORAGE SECTION.
    01 UserDetails.
       02  Name       PIC X(20)
    
    PROCEDURE DIVISION.
    Begin.
        DISPLAY "Enter Your Name".
        ACCEPT  UserDetails.
        DISPLAY "Hello " Name.
        DISPLAY "Welcome to Ubuntu".
        STOP RUN.
    This Makes good bedtime reading

    Mike
    Last edited by Mickeysofine1972; May 26th, 2008 at 04:49 PM.

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    Re: "Hello Ubuntu" in every programming language

    PIET

    The small image is the actual program, i attached a big one to enjoy
    edit2: imageshack converted the .bmp to .png I added the original picture as attachment





    Piet
    I used Hipi (Hipi Is a Piet Interpreter) to make the program
    edit: I needed to do it in Windows, Hipi didnt run good even with wine 1.0rc.

    Its like assembler, just worse. I couldnt just modify the "hello world" program but had to code "Hello, Ubuntu!" myself.
    Its my first Piet program, so excuse my bad programming style
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    Last edited by conehead77; May 24th, 2008 at 07:23 PM.
    NEVER use a command given to you before asking and knowing exactly what it does. Make sure you know what it is that you're telling your system to do before doing it; some commands can be very harmful to your system or leave you vulnerable to attack.

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    Re: "Hello Ubuntu" in every programming language

    Quote Originally Posted by Note360 View Post
    C

    runningwithscissors came up with a better one. So here it is.
    Code:
    #include <stdio.h>
    
    int main()
    {
            char name[64];
            printf("Hi! What's your name? ");
            scanf("%s", &name);
            printf("Hello, %s! Welcome to Ubuntu (GNU)/Linux!\n", &name);
    
            return 0;
    }
    That is my really bad C one. Please criticize me via PM if you feel the need.
    Small mistake: you used
    Code:
    &name
    for the string to print, but that is incorrect, as it takes the adress-of the string array, not the array itself. So it needs to read:
    Code:
    #include <stdio.h>
    
    int main()
    {
            char name[64];
            printf("Hi! What's your name? ");
            scanf("%s", name);
            printf("Hello, %s! Welcome to Ubuntu (GNU)/Linux!\n", name);
    
            return 0;
    }
    (or alternatively: &name[0])
    Last edited by robheus; May 25th, 2008 at 08:40 AM.

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    Re: "Hello Ubuntu" in every programming language

    Quote Originally Posted by Mickeysofine1972 View Post
    COBOL !

    Code:
          $ SET SOURCEFORMAT"FREE"
    IDENTIFICATION DIVISION.
    PROGRAM-ID.  HelloWelcomeToUbuntu
    AUTHOR.  Mike Hibbert.
    
    DATA DIVISION.
    WORKING-STORAGE SECTION.
    01 UserDetails.
       02  Name       PIC 9(7)
    
    PROCEDURE DIVISION.
    Begin.
        DISPLAY "Enter Your Name".
        ACCEPT  UserDetails.
        DISPLAY "Hello " Name.
        DISPLAY "Welcome to Ubuntu".
        STOP RUN.
    This Makes good bedtime reading

    Mike
    If I am not mistaken (not been coding Cobol in years) the PIC 9(7) format is a decimal format, not alphanum. Need to supply PIC X(20) or so (7 chars is a bit short).

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    Re: "Hello Ubuntu" in every programming language

    Quote Originally Posted by robheus View Post
    If I am not mistaken (not been coding Cobol in years) the PIC 9(7) format is a decimal format, not alphanum. Need to supply PIC X(20) or so (7 chars is a bit short).
    Indeed, I dont suppose I was thinking to seriously about it at the time LMAO!

    Mike

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    Re: "Hello Ubuntu" in every programming language

    How about LOLCODE?

    I'm sure it'd be something like
    Code:
    HAI
    CAN HAS STDIO
    MAEK NAME
    
    VISIBLE "Hello, What's your name? "
    GET NAME
    VISIBLE "Oh Hai! " NAME " Welcome to Ubuntu GNU/Linux!1"
    
    KTHXBYE

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