As an experiment based on the idea that language itself is spirit and to see if this is also true for computer languages. Also, yes it would help in understanding coding, as different languages were made for different purposes.
Assembly Language : Yes
C/C++/C# : Yes
BASIC/Visual Basic : Yes
COBOL : Yes
FORTRAN : Yes
Pascal : Yes
Python : Yes [Most definitely yes, seen it done before.]
Ruby : Yes [ Programmable scripts can allow for it.]
HTML : Yes [ Programmable scripts can allow for it.]
Perl : Yes [ Probably the least likely to work since it needs a module.]
CSS : Yes
Hope that helps answer your questions. Yes all of them can be evoked / invoked. The probability of success is pretty low without a pre-script running when you do it. The most likely programs would be ones that can run on their own by simply pressing enter. A lot of the coding you listed wouldn’t be able to do this without a console or module. But yes all of them can work under the right circumstances to be blunt.
I’ve seen it done with the following :
C+, Ruby, Python and Viper.
The telekinesis balloon program was scripted in Ruby and ran with the help of Python.
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