How do you cope with working with more than one language?
Uh, I have no idea. I've worked with 3 major languages, one with roughly 3 distinct dialects (no, not Lisp), and no less than four different IDEs ... maybe as many as six.
Maybe I'm just crazy.
The one thing I find is that there is "switch time" my brain requires before I remember, "Hey this is PHP..." and I'm back to coding normally. Because all three languages are very different--I use Object Pascal (3 variants), C# (less, but handy), and PHP--I can't get around the syntactic and methodology differences without that time.
Soon as I get that "Oh yeah" message I'm fine though.
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