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  • Python as first language

    Do you agree that Python is a good first programmibg language to learn? If not, can you think of a better language to start with?

  • #2
    Python is a good language to learn. You can start with Perl/CGI/PHP




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    • #3
      If you really want to get into programming, a simple and friendly programming language would be the best practice at first; I'd also recommend Python

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      • #4
        I'm new to programming to. Isn't C++ the best one to start? https://imagicon.info/cat/15-33/smile.png

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        • #5
          There are so many programming languages available that it can be very difficult to get to know them all well enough to pick the right one for you. On the other hand most men know what kind of woman appeals to them. So here is a handy guide for many of the popular programming languages that describes what kind of women
          they would be if programming languages were women.
          http://www.columbia.edu/~sss31/rainbow/prog.lang.html

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          • #6
            Originally posted by suwunk View Post
            There are so many programming languages available that it can be very difficult to get to know them all well enough to pick the right one for you. On the other hand most men know what kind of woman appeals to them. So here is a handy guide for many of the popular programming languages that describes what kind of women
            they would be if programming languages were women.
            http://www.columbia.edu/~sss31/rainbow/prog.lang.html
            LMAO thanks for sharing this






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