In which programming languages are answers most readily available?

Tuesday, 3 July 2012

Language Unanswered Questions
logo 24.0% 6/25
objective-c 17.4% 15,785/90,873
javascript 17.2% 39,540/229,979
php 16.1% 39,362/245,205
java 15.6% 41,422/265,833
ruby 14.6% 7,155/49,142
c# 13.5% 43,635/322,032
.net 13.3% 16,247/121,782
python 11.3% 13,205/117,292
prolog 11.1% 195/1,763
lua 10.8% 255/2,356
pascal 10.3% 50/486
c++ 8.7% 11,732/134,482
erlang 7.5% 186/2,488
c 7.3% 4,660/63,555
cobol 7.2% 23/321
perl 6.4% 1,239/19,299
ada 5.2% 17/329
lisp 2.4% 48/1,982
haskell 2.4% 175/7,340
perl6 1.9% 1/54

Data is from StackOverflow. Visual Basic will never be included in anything I ever write except ad hominem attacks on the co-founder of aforementioned web resource. See also, Perl and Python hackers compared.

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