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Hi to everyone

im 17 and im new to the programming world and i want to learn to create and developing my teacher says to start from C++ but i think is very hard to learn for first language what do you think? someone who knows help me with this

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C++ has difficult concepts that are usually not understood by beginners. Many programmers think that they know C++, but they have not learned it completely. They do not even know about its standard libraries. However if you want to learn it, so you should try hard. I advice this tutorial after completing C and C++ courses in Sololearn. Learning C++ has many advantages. https://www.learncpp.com/

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Αναστασης Μερτζανης I'm late to this discussion, but as far as i can say, first set your goals. Every computer language have got specific purpose and many share purposes but there is always one better for you, there is where you got to choose. Trust me if you're new even the one that they say its easy you will see it in hard way as you start but the goal you set will push you. Have a good day!

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you can study c before c++ first language is c in university of IRAN

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I also found c++ difficult so I started with Java and then python now Java is my primary language and in present don't know how to code in c++.

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Not hard c and cpp are little bit similar undoubtedly you can start with cpp even some people's directly starting with java .

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Αναστασης Μερτζανης both are similar but cpp have some advance features you can start with c or cpp

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Αναστασης Μερτζανης C++ is upgraded C. Start with C, then go to C++. So stuff will make more sense than when you directly started with C++. So first C, next C++

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It is worth listening to the advice of your teacher, he knows better what you want and what material you are able to master, and learning is equally easy if the material is presented in an accessible form for your understanding.

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Vasiliy Actually im not and that much good at the English language, because I speak Greek and im still learning the English language, i understand many things but i need to practice more at the English

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In the name of kindly generous ALLAH Thanks ALLAH hello Αναστασης Μερτζανης too:):):) :) :):):)

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Unfortunately, I have the same problem, which is partially solved by "Screen Translate" ☺️

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I just learned about "Hi Translate". It was released last year and has over 100 million downloads already 😃, I'll probably go over to it: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.zaz.translate

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Vasiliy thank you very much

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You can use ==, <> to compare characters in java just like we compare integers it returns Boolean value. Or you can use a method called Character.equals().

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Even you can start from C but it depends on you and how you give it as hoppy but as easy to dive into the concept of programming it's good to start from python since it's not only a programming language but how it behaves like pseudocode... Just like u r speaking... Start from python then go where ever u want... Keep it simple buddy... 😁

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is going to be easier C++ after if i study first C?

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Rishi okay thank you for your time

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I think Pyton. It is very easy and practical