anonymous
  • anonymous
What courses are you planning to take after this one? I'm considering taking Practical Programming in C (6.087) and Mathematics for CS (6.042J). I want to jump into Intro to Algorithms, but I don't feel I have a strong enough math background yet.
MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
This course is just a beginners course so why would you move to C when you haven't mastered python.
anonymous
  • anonymous
I understand that it's a beginner's course, however from the little research I've done it looks like C/C++ is more prevalent of a programming language. I just want to invest time in something that is more applicable to what I wan to do. From what I've seen so far though, I think that Python is a cleaner language.
anonymous
  • anonymous
O ok thats true C is one of the main programming languages . I think I'm going to master python because python has a mixture of a lot of different languages in it so if you master it, it won't be as hard to learn any other language.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
I like Python - that's the best thing about this course = it introduced me to Python - it's easy to read the code

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