A repository with the example of printing “Hello World” in a lot of programming languages

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Hello world!

One of the first things that you are instructed to do when you start to learn to programme, or when you are simply learning a new programming language, is doing something really simple. One of the first steps that you do is print a simple text. As you are reading this, you probably may know which text is the most common and the one that I am referring to.

The text that I am talking about is Hello World.

This text is supposed to be for you as a way of greeting the world as you have just embarked on an important journey. A journey of learning as much as possible.

A GitHub repository has already been prepared with taking examples from as many programming languages and putting them in a commonplace so that other people can see how this same procedure is done in different programming languages.

This simple task implemented in Java, JavaScript, Python, Ruby, C++ and many other languages is already in there. Until now, this repository has taken a lot of contributions, to a lot of programming languages, even in many of which you and I may have never heard of before.

It is open source and you can also contribute to it if you know any other programming language that is not listed in there.

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