This category holds web pages and sites that compare two or more programming languages, on one or more variable, via text, feature lists, tables, code samples, equations, pictures, jokes, or any other means, sensible or nonsensical. To qualify for this page, submissions must be about, and of interest to, those interested in, more than one language. On this page, languages are arranged in three groups and levels: 1) Top group: issues spanning multiple unrelated languages. 2) Middle group: components, frameworks. 3) Bottom group: specific languages, with their own category.
This category holds web pages and sites that compare two or more programming languages. To qualify for this page, submissions must be about, and of interest to, those interested in, more than one language. Submissions on converting from one language to one other belong in the target language''s category, those on converting equally, bidirectionally, between two or more languages belong in suitable translating or cross compiling categories.
This category holds funny web pages and sites that compare two or more programming languages, on one or more variable, via text, feature lists, tables, code samples, equations, pictures, jokes, or any other means, sensible, or preferably nonsensical. To qualify for this page, submissions must be of interest to those interested in more than one language.