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What language should I learn on sololearn?

I just finished C# but don't know what language to learn next... any suggestions?

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7/16/2018 11:52:21 PM

Dror Dahari

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Depends what you want to be doing in the long run. What is your overall objective? What type of work you see yourself doing later? I'd learn whatever is going to best compliment that first and start honing those areas, assuming you know. If you don't know what you want to do yet, just go down the list and learn them. :D All sorts of stuff to learn and each interesting in their own right; never know what you may end up loving. It'll at least give you an idea of the things you can do and a better direction to move toward. Here some suggestions though. Game Dev: C#, C++, Java, SQL Gen. App Dev: C#, C++, Java, Python, SQL Mobile Apps: Java, Swift, Kotlin, (you can use various others, but those the main ones I'd start with) Web Dev/Design: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, jQuery, SQL, PHP, NodeJS, Angular, React

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That depends on your goals. https://www.sololearn.com/faq You can continue to learn C# on other resources: https://www.sololearn.com/discuss/601660/?ref=app

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I agree with idris. If you have just learned a language then you should first practise the language till it becomes comfortable for you to code in that language. Rather know 1 language fluently than a little bit of 10 languages. Because everything you learn in the one language can be applied to the other languages. Once you know this language you will be able to learn any other language with relative ease. But again: first master at least 1 language.

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Actually before suggesting any other language i suggest you get used to the one you already know, you need to have knowledge and experience of a language don't just learn it and try switching to another language Learn the language you want and spend some time Writing Code with the particular langauge then you can move on and also i notice you only have 2 posted codes I'm not sure if you practice without being on sololearn but if you don't then start practicing. Now as others have stated depending on your objective you can learn a particular language and also i suggest reading up on what Fata1 Err0r Said

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Try out the Java Couse.

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I think its good for a programer to start with C or C++.if you are good in these you can learn any other other languages.bcz with C or C++ you get basics of programming

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Based on what your long term goal is

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Thanks alot! I think I'll stick with app development.

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C# can do mobile, web, desktop applications, games and websites. Its a pretty versatile language.

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You won't forget already learned language if you write a code in it or do a few challenge from time to time. If you learn Java, you will have it even easier, since it is very similar to C#.

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learning a language that doesn't hold your hand .. like a lower level language (c, assembly) would teach you how a language functions.. then you could go up to a higher level language where things are easier to do and abstracted out.

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Dhiraj singh Don't worry about it. Just as Jan ล tฤ›ch says. If you practice regularly, you need not to worry. But, you can note down the texts or statement of HTML on your notebook.

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according to your intrest,but sololearn givest gist and basics completely about what ever you choose.

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It's so good for programer to start with C, if you are good in C you can learn any other language .. because with C you get abc of programming .. Good luck ๐Ÿ˜Š

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Try learning C#, it's cool

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may be java oop concept

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C is the very base of all languages. learning C will let you have an overall understanding of a lot of languages

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If you're wanted to be Master in computer science, then I suggest try to learn all the languages. You can easily start with C++, HTML and Java. Have fun!๐Ÿ˜ƒ๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿ˜‰