Hello world in different programming languagesWhenever we start learning a new programming language the first program that pops into our mind is printing “Hello World. It is always used to introduce a programming language because it is simple enough to understand the very basic syntax.

The first ever “Hello World” program was written by Brian Kernighan. The program was written as part of the documentation for the programming language BCPL, which was developed by Martin Richards.

To know more about “Hello World” program, check Wikipedia.

Here is a list of programming languages which shows how to print “Hello World”.

Abc

ActionScript
Ada
Asp .Net
Bash
Basic
BCPL
C
C++
C#
COBOL
D
Delphi
Euphoria
Go
Groovy
Fortran
Fortress
Haskell
J
Jade
Java
JavaApplet
JavaFX
JavaScript
Lisp
LiveScript
LOLCODE
Lua
MATLAB
Objective-C
Pascal
Perl
PHP
R
Ruby
Rust
SAS
Sed
SPAN
SQL
Swift
TTCN
Turing
Unix shell
VBScript
Visual Basic
Visual Basic .NET
Wscript
XHTML
XML
Hello World in different programming languages
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