With CodeQuartet you can end the eternal discussion, which language is the better one, together with your friends ...that's exactly how the idea for the game came up ­čŽä

But also for programming newbies or just technically interested people, it's an ideal way to get to know the differences between the languages.

According to the open source idea, the data is completely available on GitHub. It is also allowed to print & modify them.

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Cover

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Ada

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Assembly

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Basic

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Brainfuck

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C

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COBOL

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Cow

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C++

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Delphi

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Erlang

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Fortran

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Go

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Groovy

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Haskell

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Java

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JavaScript

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Lisp

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Logo

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LOLCODE

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Lua

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MATLAB

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Swift

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Pascal

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Perl

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PHP

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Prolog

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Python

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R

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Ruby

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VB.NET

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Properties

Appeared

The year when the language was released, older is better.

Distribution

This property was measured on the basis of the Tiobe Index. Rounded to values of 1 to 8. The higher one wins.

Dialects

The count of dialects a language has. More are better. Possible values:
  • 0
  • >1
  • >5
  • >10

Nerdfactor

This is an index created by myself to show how crazy/nerdy/bazzinga a language is. The number is printed in binary format. The higher one wins the match. Possible values:
  • 00000101 = 5
  • 00000111 = 7
  • 00010111 = 23
  • 00101010 = 42

HelloWorld.Length

The character count of the hello-world example. Source was Wikipedia.

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