Write “Hello World” Program in 26 Different Programming Languages

Printing “Hello World” on the console ( monitor ) is where most of the present senior programmers started once. When you are taking an online course, or learning a programming language for the first time, “Hello World” program is where you are most likely to start. So, today we will print the words ‘ Hello World ‘ on console using 27 different programming languages. I assume this article would help you distinguish how a program syntax changes from one programming language to another. Here we go starting with the Legendary C language:

1. C

int main()
    printf("Hello, World");

2. C++

int main()
    std::cout << "Hello, World";
    return 0;

3. C#

using System;
class Program
    public static void Main(string[] args)
        Console.WriteLine("Hello, World");

4. Bash

echo "Hello, World"

5. Basic

PRINT "Hello, World"


 Hello, World

7. Java

public class Main {
    public static void main(String[] args) {
        System.out.println("Hello, World!");

8. Clipper

? "Hello, World"

9. Delphi

program HelloWorld;
  Writeln('Hello, World');

10. CoffeeScript

console.log 'Hello, World'

11. MatLab

disp('Hello, World')

12. Julia

println("Hello, World")

13. JavaScript

document.write('Hello, World');

14. Logo

print [Hello, World]

15. jQuery

$("body").append("Hello, World");

16. Perl 5

print "Hello, World";

17. Pascal

program HelloWorld;
  WriteLn('Hello, World');

18. Objective-C

int main(void)
    NSLog(@"Hello, World");
    return 0;

19. Visual Basic .NET

Module Module1
    Sub Main()
        Console.WriteLine("Hello, World")
    End Sub
End Module

20. R

cat('Hello, World')

21. VBScript

MsgBox "Hello, World"

22. XSLT

      Hello, World

23. Processing

void setup(){
  println("Hello, World");

24. Ruby

puts "Hello, World"

25. Swift

print("Hello, World")

and Last, but not least

26. Python

print ("Hello, World")

I started my programming days with my first program in C which is printing ” Hello, World “on monitor. What was your first program ? Comment Below

If there are any errors in the code mentioned above, feel free to mention the in the comment section.

print (" Happy Coding! ")


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