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As long as you have a logically thinking brain, its just a matter of familiarizing yourself with a language. Just find a good book on a popular language that interests you. Might i suggest a few. Java is a good all around object orientated programming language. I found it to be a tough language to learn as the first language. C++, which uses a lot of C keyboards. I found C++ not be too difficult to learn, and C++ is, what I think to be, the most common and in-demand language. Then there are beta languages, which still are very powerful, like Python.
Its basically more up to what you are interested in learning. If you just want strictly mathematical programming, purchase MATLAB, or its free doppelganger, SciLab.
well thanks for you reply @dmelando but the thing is that i know c,c++ ,java little bit .
Lucky for you, once you learn a single language somewhat fluently, (i use that term loosely, since it takes many years to completely master a given language), most other languages are the same. Just different keywords and syntax.
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hi im a newbie too...
Have a look at Haskell. Very strongly linked to mathematics.
A good course for learning programming using Java is Stanford's "CS106A Programming Methodologies" http://see.stanford.edu
This free book may be good for you if you want to continue with C: http://www.onlineprogrammingbooks.com/numerical-recipes-in-c/