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I am going to buy a Mac book air currently.

I am a programmer, I wish Mac could be my best programming suit.

I had seen some information on the Internet said that Mac has some programming environments built-in, such as gcc (C/C++), Java, Perl, Python, Ruby...etc. But I wonder that how much and which programming language runtime environments are install initially in Mac OS?
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I am going to buy a Mac book Air currently. I wish it could be the best tool for me.

I am a programmer, I had known that Mac OS has some programming language runtime environment built-in, such as gcc(C/C), Java, Perl, Python, Ruby,...etc. But I wonder that how much and which programming language runtime environments are built-in initially in Mac OS?
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Merged threads: please refrain from crossposting (posting the same question in multiple places).

Python, Ruby and Perl are all pre-installed. Java is no longer pre-installed but can be easily downloaded. The GNU compiler tools are also not pre-installed but will be when you install Apple's Xcode developer tools.

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Thanks~

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