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Im new and i want to know witch lenguage i have to learn to star programing! I dont know anyting about programing and i can go to school cuz i work 16 hour every day! Baut i have acces to my computer on my work!

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  1. scotmn1
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    You can learn any language youd like to.. it doesnt really make any difference as far as you learn the basics of code writing.. i would suggest you start with python which is quite a nice language to start with.. after you master that you can move on to an object oriented language such as Java.

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    Okay i will thank so much for answer !!!!!

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  3. wctjerry
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    I suggest python, too. It is easy to use and you can do something fast with it.

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  4. Turco1343
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    Thank you so much and im sorry about my english

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  5. treerock
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    Codecademy is a great place to start. http://www.codecademy.com/ It currently only covers Javascript (though they appear to be developing Python and Ruby), but teaches you a lot of the basic principles of programming, and it's all online so you can do everything in the browser. Also, you don't have to stick to one language. I'm learning Javascript and Python, and finding the differences between the two are helping me to understand both (if that makes sense).

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    i will advise u to start with python, its easy to learn............

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    I would have to disagree with everyone about Python. Ultimately, the final decision is yours, but I would recommend a more complex language, like C++. As you learn it, you'll also learn how your computer works, which is one of the many things that defines a great programmer. Don't get me wrong, though. There's nothing wrong with Python. I'm simply recommending to start big. After that, everything else will be a breeze to learn. Expect to spend a /lot/ of time learning and learn to enjoy learning, if you don't already. As a programmer, you'll never stop.

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  8. Turco1343
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    WOW THANK FOR THE ANSWERS I REALY APRESIATE IT!

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  9. Daneurl
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    I am in the same situation, I am an end user who wants to delve deeper into the world of computers! I have found this site so useful: http://wiki.python.org/moin/BeginnersGuide/NonProgrammers

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    @daneurl THANK YOU SOO MUCH MAN THAT'S EXACTLY WHAT I WASS LOOKING FOR BUDDY THANK YOU MY FRIEND

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  11. abhishekboppudi
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    C Programming is pretty good too.Windows OS uses C in its major shell applications.U can learn it online on http://www.cprogramming.com/ . it is a very good site for beginners to start programming

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