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there are high schoolers, college students and teachers here.
cool, so can anyone tell me what programming language is used (generally) in college,?
you'll have to ask the computer group, go to home and click on MIT computer science
Well first you'll have to learn it to create your own programs in the near future, every IT student MUST know how to program :)
I have worked with PAscal few simple programs, but right now I am learning C++ myself
why are you learning C++? It's not used anymore, learn java, it's widely spread at the moment and everyone is using java right now
I thought that you ahd to learn c++ before learning java..... :s
lol, they are the same, but no need. You can start fresh with Java without using C++.
ok, I am pretty confused, however, where do I find tutorials for Java, just google???? and sorry if I am asking a stupid question but when I learned c++ I used the program DevC++ to compile, what about java, what should I use?????
exactly! but I advise you to go to youtube, it explains everything about java in a very SIMPLE way :) download netbeans :) just google it ^_^
thanx a bunch I am getting ready for college so I pretty need programming
no need, you are most welcome, try this link to download netbeans http://netbeans.org/ and I advise you to choose the one that can compile all programming languages :)
choose the one with (all) :)
yeah, found it :D thanx again
Another good language that is very similar to Java is C#. It works with the .NET framework and is basically like Microsofts version of Java. I believe Microsoft has a bare bones Visual Studio package you can download that has the C# complier in it. My workplace is cutting edge with their web design and things and they use C# because of the .NET framework.
I am going to a University for a bachelors in computer science and most of the language I use is Java. If you know one, learning the other is easy ;-)