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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