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Multi languages learner

i learn some languages with self-taught i learned python for 6 months and i feel so great with python. next 3 months, i learn c++, i have 80% the fundamentals. and in school they teach me java, html, css, php. and now im currently on android project for my school. is it okay to learn multi languages like that? is it possible i forget one of them?

6/6/2018 11:59:36 AM

Kevin AS

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Yes and Yes. You only need the basics and structure of each language anyways, you don't have to memorise everything since you can fall back to the docs at any time...

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Its absolutely ok to learn multiple languages.You dont have to remember every thing from each langauge.All you have to do is learn the basics you can always come back to refer to syntax or other details.

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Yes and Yes. Learning is never too much! but do not exaggerate or blame yourself for not learning or mastering a language because everyone always needs to learn something else (there is no one in the world who knows everything) and if you forget an instruction / code there will always be reference material available.

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yes yes yes this gives you a deeper understanding of each language. Keep it up and even if you dont fully understand now it will become clearer as you go along....

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mine was - html > css > c > php > java > javascript < iterating over them everytime..! ๐Ÿ˜

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Learning more, in this context, should never be considered a bad thing. Knowledge is power.

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Good code is the product of logical thought. If you think logically, the rest is just syntax. Syntax can be referenced as needed.

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yes its really good

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Learning more, in this context, should never be considered a bad thing. Knowledge is power.

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Yes it's fine to learn multi languages. just learn the basics and you can come back on docs anytime to remember the Syntex.

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impressive. I want to be just like you