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my vote goes for python - clean syntax/easy to read, lets you focus on the problem solving and not odd syntactical /overly complicated constructs, object oriented, lots of library support, and lots of great tutorials and courses to get started
depends on what you want. but i agree that python is great. however, if youre solely focused on web design just start with html and css.
Choosing the best programming language depends heavily on what it is you want to do. I would argue that you should familiarize yourself with the concept of programming before bothering with any language. When you are ready to dive in, choose a language that has what you consider to be natural syntax. Personally, I primarily program in Ruby. Remember that at the end of the day the language is just a way to express the idea.
java is easy and it is also object oriented.
I'm a fan of Ruby as well. I would highly recommend starting with a dynamic language like Ruby or Python. Their syntax is fairly minimal, so you can focus on learning concepts. MIT has a couple of good OpenCourseWare course for learning to program at http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/electrical-engineering-and-computer-science/6-001-structure-and-interpretation-of-computer-programs-spring-2005/ and http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/electrical-engineering-and-computer-science/6-00-introduction-to-computer-science-and-programming-fall-2008/ . Just keep in mind that the best way to learn, in my opinion, is to have something you want to build in mind. Start simple -- write a menu for someone to pick something to eat, for example -- and then get more complicated. It's a ton of fun, and don't forget to ask questions here! For what it's worth, I would *not* start with Java. Java's syntax gets in the way most of the time. But, I tend to hate Java with a passion, so take that advice with a giant grain of salt (or a small boulder thereof).
i like java
ruby, easier if you ask me.
Doesn't really matter. Most programming languages will allow you to do whatever you want in relation to other languages. I'd suggest a scripting language, python is fine to get you started, but in truth any language is fine to start with, the biggest hurdle is just getting started.
I would say C & C++ first. Because it will help you to build a good base in programming.
I think C, because if you learn it you can easily learn C++ which base for Java .
Knowing the very basics of C, you can start with VB which is good in GUI programming, Python is also easy to learn and write apps within some weeks, Studying a programming language would be very easy and interesting if you start learning by creating some applications on your own.
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C#, because it has this huge framework (.NET) to lean on.