Visual Basic... hmm. I think it was three or so years back when I learned VB, and about six years ago when I learned just plain B(ASIC). HTML and JS I can do OK, but not expertly.
I really should install Linux, or another one of the free Unixen, on my machine... but, unfortunately, I have an obscure (read: unsupported) video card which won't work without the latest X, and since I'm 12, I'm not exactly free to just go and get the latest distribution. I could theoretically download it, but my Net connection is currently a 56k modem. Fortunately I have a good high-speed connection through the university, and some CD-Rs. Maybe I can fetch it through one of the labs on campus into a CD-R and use that.
Of course, then there's also C(++), (Emacs) Lisp, Perl (obviously), Java, and bits of sed, sh, VRML, Z80 ASM, TI C, TI-Basic...
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