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Finding Resources #21429

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Finding Resources #21429
Sep 30, 2021 · 1 answer

Hi all, new to the community here. Nowhere near well-versed in writing code but I wanted to do something special for a friend.

Basically, I want to write something that I can input binary code into and then get written text as an output. So ideally, I can send the code to them, they run it, and then see a message.

Any pointers on where to find starting code?

Thanks!

Hey, this is a very basic translation and you can achieve this with almost every major programming language. Therefore this is a subjective recommendation: Use Go(lang) for it.
This is a simple but yet powerful general purpose language by Google. It will produce a single executable which makes it very easy to send it to friends.

Here you can learn the basics of Go:
https://play.golang.org

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Hey, this is a very basic translation and you can achieve this with almost every major programming language. Therefore this is a subjective recommendation: Use Go(lang) for it.
This is a simple but yet powerful general purpose language by Google. It will produce a single executable which makes it very easy to send it to friends.

Here you can learn the basics of Go:
https://play.golang.org

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