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What's is easiest language to learn. For beginners.

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7/5/2022 10:06:51 AM

Vikram Lal

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Vikram Lal My personal experience: I started with HTML and CSS

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C language

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Lakshay kamat Python*

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Vikram Lal Python is the best coding👌🏼 language to start with. It's friendly code with simplified syntax. ¿¿¿ But choosing a coding language will depend on your real goals. If u choose a language just because it's easy, then later it may turn into a wrong decision

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C language is the basic of all programming languages

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C# is a good start. It doesn't require too much knowledge about computer and its architecture and it doesn't require manual memory control like C and C++. However, it's syntax is very similar to C, C++, Java, Go and other C-family languages so it would be easy to learn them later. Also, C# is a general purpose language - you can use it in web development, game development, desktop development, mobile development [and a lot of other ... development].

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Python is the easiest to learn to use but if you start with it then youll get a false sense of confidence going into any other language. If you start with something more difficult such as any of the C languages then itll give you a better headstart in the others. I started with C# when i was 11 and it was difficult at first but like with any programming language if you just practice youll catch on quick. Dont worry about whats easiest right off the bat. P.S. html and css arent programming languages this is not up for debate lol

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for me HTML looks easy but the easiest is python enjoy learning :)

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It is mostly subjective. Just pick a language and start learning. Everybody here is giving different answers because that’s the one that they enjoy. Each language has pros and cons. Ex. Python is great for high level things like Machine Learning and Data Science, where memory management done for you and easy to read syntax lets you do the thinking and coding without worrying about brackets and semicolons. But it also runs pretty slow, and needs a library like PyInstaller to compile to an exe.

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Learn python first as it would give you a brief understanding of coding. Next learn JavaScript, very helpful if you want a career in web dev Python and JS will give you power to get ahead with Web 3.0 and blockchain tech stacks. After you are done with these. YOU MUST LEARN C / C++ / Java / Golang / Rust Learning will become a lot easier once you go step by step. So if you have done python and JS and also do a variety of projects too, then learning other languages will become a piece of cake. Atleast worked for me.

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C language

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Python. It is just like English language when doing basic things. After doing that please go through C/Java . Those will make ur concept clear.

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Python is the best for absolutely new people to coding. If you know a little about html, I would recommend it because you can make web pages using html.