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The easiest programming language

Does anybody know which is the easiest programming language to learn because my friend (they haven’t joined SoloLearn yet) would like to know.

6/25/2018 3:57:35 PM

Ivette-Chan

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Python. In my opinion.

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thank you everybody who answered! Because most of you said Python I will let my friend know :) NOTE: I put this as correct answer so everybody sees it

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I think python.

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JavaScript in my opinion.

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For me it is JavaScript! Not only because of syntax, but also the power of the web design that you have with it. Just imagine: you are sitting in an Internet cafe and somebody asks you to make a Fibonacci calculation for him, you just have to open notepad and create a webpage and then open that page in a browser and that is it! Do you care about OS? - NO! Do you care about additional scripts, framework, IDEs? - NO! Did you finish the task? YES! Are programming? - YES!

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well i don't know which language is better to learn from, but c is probably a good place to start since it is basically the base of many languages that are popular, but isn't object-oriented as far as i know, but still a good language. Python is another fine language, but you should also look into c++ or java, both c influenced/based like Python. When you understand that programming problems are hard and Python is a tool to solve problems (as is C, Java, C++, Ruby, Perl, etc) then you won't worry about what language to learn, you'll get focused on the types of problems developers have to solve and the tools they have at their disposal. 😉

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Python, my friend, Python!

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Python because the syntax is very easy to understand

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Python.

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if you are master in any language. That would be easy for you. In my case this is JS. But generally, for a newcomer Python is easy to learn.

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I think C is an easy language.

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Well to me, PHP seems very easy.... #my_opinion

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https://www.sololearn.com/discuss/1365782/?ref=app Yes Python and Ruby are the easiest

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Maybe this is not what you want, but Visual Basic is pretty much English. You can use it for Windows development.

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As everyone has previously mentioned, python is a good programming language to start off with. Afterward, you can either playing quiz games against others or checking out sololearn challenges. Of course, checking other people’s codes is also helpful

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most people say Ruby or Python but i think Ruby has unnecessary functions which can confuse new programmers

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phython

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phython

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html then css