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What is your FAVORITE programming language??

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  1. prakharluv Group Title
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    JAVA

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  2. jasonlee_1 Group Title
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    Java indeed. Python, Perl, C++, C#, CSS, HTTP, Visual Basic..... IDK programming are awesome

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    "BEST RESPONSE" to everybody who answers it.

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    lol. Thnx

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    Favourite is kind of subjective. For me it kind of depends on the task at hand. I have the most experience in C++. These days I would say Java is likely one of the most useful to know. I like the forced indentation in python to teach good programming habits to beginners. I find VB good for making a quick, simple windows program and of course VBS for making Excel to complex things. I have also used many others in the past like Basic, Fortran, Pascal, Perl etc. My first programming experience was on a commodore PET computer at around age 10. I tried to create what we now call "AI" and ran out of memory, lol

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    Always wanted to learn Java and Visual Basic because I'm in the arts field. I'm excited to learn Python. I don't really have a strong programming background. I'm just getting my feet wet. But I really would love to learn Java. I think that would be my all-time favorite.

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    Currently Python.

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    right now it's python for me also! i'm expecting it to be one of the easiest to learn for a newbie...so i've been told. :)

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    Congrats people!!! keep up the good work of studying languages!

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    Python is my favorite. Can anybody guess my age based on fact that I have learned Python, Perl, C++, C#, HTTP, CSS, JavaScript, Delphi, and A++????/ Not showing off :) just wanted you to guess my age!

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    I don't see basic, fortran or pascal so maybe not as old as me, however I do see delphi which is based on pascal so I would say late 30s

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    ha... not actually HINT: My mom learned Fotran

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    ah... Delphi I just picked that language up from internet

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    So she would have learned it quite possibly when she was 20ish in 86ish. You were likely born a few years before or after this. So let's say 83- 90, This would put your age between 22 and 29 approximately. You've learned mostly currently used languages so I would err towards the low end. This would mean 22-25 most likely.

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