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The hard language

Which language is most hard to learn? Should I learn If is there future?

16th Jul 2020, 4:31 AM
Aishwar Mishra
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Varun N python seems simple, right. But if you study it deeper, it is extremely complex to learn. I think all languages are hard to learn, in their own way. Their is no complex or easy one. For Sure, for some langages, it may be easier to learn the basis. But learning the basis is only a superficial look of the langage.
16th Jul 2020, 6:28 AM
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No language is hard to learn. It depends on your interest and practice and love for that language. Happy coding
16th Jul 2020, 4:47 AM
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C++ is one of the hardest but I suggest you go for it if you are a bigginer cause I am 13 but I understand most of the concepts in c++ like overloading and inheritance and polymorphism the secret is just to have a bigginers mind and forget about how hard people say it is and please note c++ is not only for games it's used to make very fast sorftwares like pay pal Goole and bank account stuff it is also used in machine learning in second place after python not because it's bad but because people find it hard because of their mentality but if you finish you c++ course just go to python just to get a quick brush up and always remember c++ programers are on demand and demand a higher pay but at the end it's you decision and by the way c++ can now make apps like Android apps and always remember c++ is a very powerful language with such a deadly weapon like c++ you can make sorftwares ,apps , robots like drones and shit and if you wanna make apps in c++ it's only possible with visual studio 19 hope it helps 😁😁😁
16th Jul 2020, 10:23 AM
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Actually no-one language is hard if you study it with interest and all languages hard if you don't interest to learn them. According to me JS and Java is more hard it means I don't have interest to learn them 😉😉
17th Jul 2020, 11:40 AM
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Pushpanjali Yes, you right If I want to play a perfect game, then I must see the future of language and then select. By following these :- 1. Interest ( AI / Software / data scientist) 2. Select Language (python for AI/ Java, Cpp for Software/ SQL, Python ) 3. Take a deep dive as much as possible ( deep learning ). 4. And Never ask this type of stupid questions.😁. Thank you everyone. It is my pleasure to be a part of this lovely community🙏.
17th Jul 2020, 3:42 AM
Aishwar Mishra
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blackwinter nice reply 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
16th Jul 2020, 4:55 AM
ツSampriya😘ツ - avatar
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Yeah Its also correct
16th Jul 2020, 5:03 AM
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As for me c++ is more harder thn other languages and java is too....but once if you have interest in programming languages then you don't seem that this is hard or this is easy..... you just enjoyed it☺...and for future you must go through modern high level languages like python, it is quite easy.....🤗
17th Jul 2020, 3:18 AM
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Aishwar Mishra Low level languages are hard to learn but languages like python are high level languages and yes python is the future of programming languages So a language which is easy to learn with great applications becomes the future.
16th Jul 2020, 4:38 AM
Varun N
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Theophile, Varun N, Priyanshi Thankyou so much you are best And Blackwinter you rock 😂 I love your answer
16th Jul 2020, 7:07 AM
Aishwar Mishra
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English and French are different languages but they express the same thing, logic and orders (and more). In programming is the same, Python or Ruby or Java all express the same thing. This (the logic) is the hardest. Take any language and be patient. (do not take this last statement too accurately, Py and Ruby are script languages, Java is a compiling one, you'll learn this later) the logic inside. Adieu!
16th Jul 2020, 3:58 PM
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Debashish Lenka I am also from the biology stream. I have done my inter in PCB. When I applied for o level course, I learnt my first language (c language ) And now I have decided to go in a computer field. I am looking for a college for BCA but without maths, a bit difficult to get admission in a government college. So I decided to learn own my own. That's why I am here!
17th Jul 2020, 7:33 AM
Aishwar Mishra
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Actually programming is hard but once we learn the tips and tricks it will be like our best frnd
17th Jul 2020, 3:45 PM
Nannapaneni Saikiran
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16th Jul 2020, 3:30 PM
Altin Pllana
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MST So it's gonna be a good challenge 😅. I like it 😂
16th Jul 2020, 3:59 PM
Aishwar Mishra
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C++ i guess 😅
16th Jul 2020, 8:10 PM
Anishka Tripathi
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I think any languages are not hard if you work hard and self confidence all are easy... I am a bio student and i changed my career in software when i start learning coding (language C) i couldn't understand and i work hard... I increased my self confidence everything is possible and now i understand how a language should be easy....
17th Jul 2020, 7:17 AM
Debashish Lenka
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Cpp and java are dificult languages may teacher said 😆
17th Jul 2020, 10:04 AM
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From my understanding the most difficult programming language is Malbolge. Not counting its memory limitations is also considered a Turing complete language. But I dont think an esoteric programming language is what you were referring to. The difficulty of a programming language is generally based on its 'level'. High level languages such as python are easier to learn because they don't require as much code to be functional. Where as lower level languages such as C require much more effort. The degree of difficulty is mostly measured by which concepts are easy for you to master. Like in math where some people gravitate towards geometry while other more toward algebra or in some cases number theory. If you think of programming as a tool to accomplish tasks then higher level languages should be easier to learn. If you think of programming as a way to interact with hardware on a fundamental level then lower level languages will be much more suitable.
18th Jul 2020, 2:58 AM
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18th Jul 2020, 2:16 PM
Varshit Sharma
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