Tentra wrote:It all depends on what you want to do with the language. I've broken your list down into how I think of languages:
Tentra wrote:System languages tend to be used to write applications. C++ is definitely the most common, it pretty much sets the standard for system languages. Java is quite similar to C++, but a little more beginner friendly in my opinion.
Tentra wrote:Web languages, well, are used on the web. HTML hardly warrants any study in my opinion as it's not a programming language, but rather a markup language.
Tentra wrote:If you have never programmed before, I recommend either Java or Python, they are the most beginner friendly and are taught in most universities in the Intro to Programming classes.
Tentra wrote:It ultimately comes down to what you want to do with the language you learn.
centip3de wrote: Really once you learn one or two, you'll know where you want to go from there. And as far as where to learn the languages, I would start out here if I were you.
Snipeon wrote:by the way, what happened to the adding to my list? i'm also interested in assembly code, can someone plz suggest a language which i could start out in?(i'm a complete noob when it comes to assembly)
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