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Hey guys Can I directly start python language ?

I am an beginner but I learn lots in html in sololearn so I am thinking to start python it is okay to start directly python because I am thinking firstly try the hard language then I will go for easy so it makes me challenging ? What is your opinion plz tell......😐

6/12/2019 9:20:02 AM

Sayyam

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i think its wrong to go for the hard and difficult languages as a beginner. Unless you’re a university student where you dont have a choice than to study the language, it is wrong to start with something so difficult without having a support mechanism in place like you woild get from typical schools. I always advice people to start with what makes sense to them first, and what they intend getting out of it. If you want to work on the Web but start learning C++ or C then thats a wrong path. So, you mist first ask yourself, why or what do i need this language for. Can the language help me to get better at achieving this goal. You dont want to spend so much time on a language only to find out its not the right language for what you want to do. This is one reason many programmers have quit coding.

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There is value in both ways. If you start with C, you'll have a harder time because you need to do many simple things by hand (which tends to make them not so simple) and write more code overall. You'll have an easier time afterwards, because most languages build on C and you'll understand many things already. Starting with Python makes the beginning comparatively easy: Most of the trickiness of computers is already taken care of for you. You'll get things done quickly. Choosing this way, it will be harder to start other languages, it will feel a bit like taking off the training wheels. But you can make both ways work, choose what feels right for you.

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HonFu thank you so much bro you always gives my answers in an easy way ☺

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Good idea!

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Sayyam , exactly the way to go. Get a list of all the languages, then refine the list to the languages that helps you to achieve your goal. Then you have a clear picture of how the language works and how to learn it. With this approach, you know what you are getting into and what to expect, and how to make the most of it.

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I suggest you to First Go through C++ ( Not C) then after this you can have hang on with Python.

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Try Ruby. But if you do dangerous python, don't say I didn't warn ya...

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Joshua Onyenwere Thanks bro you gave me the perfect idea Now I have to write every language and its purpose and usefulness so I can know which language and what I want really ? ☺

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Joshua Onyenwere yep some time community gives an excellent ideas that which I never can think and always in a simple way thats why I ask everytime here my questions tysm guys.....🙏

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Yea if you can take it

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What ever you chose, make sure not to go further until you grab concept from previous section/part/lesson.