#1
i'm new to scales, so i wanted to know, what scale, if any, uses all whole notes, but no sharps/flats?
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#2
That's a C Major dude. A scale has no time value, you can play a scale in 16th notes, half notes, whatever. I say practice your C Major for a while, learn how to make chords out of the C Major scale and then move on.
#3
no sharps or flats? C major...im relatively new to scales too but i know Cmaj has no sharps or anything
#4
Well, first of all, note length makes no difference as to the name of the scale. It could be in whole notes or 64th notes, but it would still be the same scale.

Next, either the C major scale (C D E F G A B C) has no sharps or flats or the A minor (A B C D E F G A.) There's a few more, called modes, but C major and A minor are the most common ones.

EDIT: Yeah, that was what I was talking about when I said modes. (Below in 6DgOfInTb's post)
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#5
The C major scale is C D E F G A B C, no sharps or flats, if thats what you're asking
also, if you want to get technical about it, you could use

D Dorian: D E F G A B C D
E Phrygian: E F G A B C D E
F Lydian: F G A B C D E F
G Mixolydian: G A B C D E F G
A Aolian: A B C D E F G A
B Locrian: B C D E F G A B
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