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Learn if you know nothing, start with html and then css, don't jump to Js after that, learn python and then learn js, this will take you a time of 2 months
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Go to the learn button, start with HTML. Its probably the easiest. Select the HTML and enjoy learning. To improve your learning, challenge people of your level. Practise what you’ve learnt in the coding area and post it to see if other people like what you’ve done. Don’t forget to ask more questions ALWAYS. People are always waiting to answer them
Accepting the position of ignorance is always a good first step. Your next step is to determine what you want from learning to write code. Do you just want to demystify the world of computer language or do you want to write your own programs and make a computer do your bidding or do you want to compile data from science into a model that will allow normal people the ability to see what you see? There are hundreds of different languages to choose from and your answers can be found in all of them, one of them or a combination. Your end goal is important, but not necessarily necessary to make a decision on where to begin. My advice is to begin with the easy stuff and step up from there. I just finished the python course and found it a good way to begin learning python. Which can be a good way to just begin.