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I know simple programming and am comfortable with visual basic , c++,html.Should i learn java next or python or perl?

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I'd go with Python personally, but Java is a good career move. What are you hoping to gain from it?
hey Python is also a career move but since you already know c++ then i think you should start working on some big projects .
Sorry jaskaran, you're right, Python is good for getting work, and it seems to be getting better over time, I just thought, with a background in C++, learning Java might be the easiest way to get paid.

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It depends on your objectives. - If you'd like to get into some backend/server side job, then opt for Python (or Perl). - If you'd like to write web centric or enterprise apps on the client side, go for Java. Remember, Transition from C++ to Java is much simpler due to nearly same syntax Python is a entirely a new syntax and programming paradigm for you.

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