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Which programming languages ​​do you think are suitable for beginners

3/20/2018 2:38:58 PM

Putra Satria W

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@Putra, No doubt, go for Java first, I also used to thought that python is very easy but no, rather very confusing, It might take some time to master Java but once you learnt this, you can learn python and any other programming language easily.

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People who says Python is good for beginners are wrong. If you really want to learn programming, go with C++ or Java first. After learning python you may not learn other languages easily, but after learning C++ or Java you can learn any Programming language easily.

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In my opinion it's python. I don't use it so much than many other programming languages, but for me it seems like very beginner friendly. This languages I prefer not to learn at first: C++ or Java!!! Maybe after first experience in other languages.

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If you are starting out with programming in general, Python might be your best bet. Its pretty simple to learn, and is one of the most powerful and popular language out there. Plus, you would have a pretty good foundation in case you want to try something else. Good luck!

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Python. Because 'Hello world ' program in c void main () { printf ("Hello World"); } And in python print("Hello World") .... That's it. Syntaxes are simple and easily readable..

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If HTML was a programming Language, HTML. In fact, it isn't one, so go Java first! Mabye you should also try Python..

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Actually the hardest is to understand the programming logic itself. Don't matter what language you chose. All languages have many similarities. For example the while loop, it's implemented in (almost) all languages.

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okey im learn java and be done i learn python

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javascript

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Jan Markus, ha ha.

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To start out, I would use Python, Ruby or some other high level language of that sort. C and C++ can be considered mid level languages, which means they are easier for the computer to interpret. However, this generally means that it will be more difficult for a beginner to use. I first started programming when I was thirteen, and to me C seemed very confusing. C and C++ are the primary languages I use now, but I do not believe that they are great for absolute beginners.

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okey python

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python are you sure guys ,, because i'll learn tommorow

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python its very simple

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so in your opinion all pythons are easy to learn for beginners

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are you sure c++ and java ,, in your opinion c++ or java who first learn