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bq. &mdash; This article has been translated into <a href="">Serbo-Croatian</a> by ??<a href="">Web Geeks</a>?? &mdash; +bq. &mdash; This article has been translated into <a href="">Portuguese</a> by ??<a href="">Artur Weber</a>?? &mdash; If you program for fun or profit, chances are that you know C, C++, Java, PHP, Perl, Python or Ruby. These programming languages are all widely known, and, to a different degree, used in commercial applications. At least some of them can safely be considered _mainstream_, even if that word has become so overused and misused that has almost lost its original meaning, if it ever had one.