Ok, but in that case it should be made no distinction at all, it should be created a single section, and eventually specify for each program if it is one for the desktop or one for the web.
Otherwise, some programs won't be found because they are for the desktop, but they are stored in the section with the programs for the web.
But I still think that a distinction should be made, because the users should see that a certain language is better for the desktop or for the web if there are more programs for that environment, and they should see that a certain language is not very much used for creating applications for a certain environment, like VB.net for the web for example.
I think C++ could also print something to STDOUT, so it could be used for creating programs for the web, and possibly assembly also. Maybe Visual Basic 6 can't be used normally. I heard that there is a project began that should allow to create programs for the desktop with PHP also. But... how many programs for the desktop are made (if there are) with PHP, and how many programs are made with VB.net?
The users should see how easy is to code in a certain language, and also find out if that language is used by many programmers.
That's why I said some time ago that anyone should come and create his own version of this program, no matter if there are other versions made in a certain language.
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