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klifka

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Hi evryone, just beginning my journey here. I have a more fundamental question: For my purposes I would be better of with learning Java in stead of Python, nonetheless I kinda like this course, and it is stated that once you know how to program in one language, this skill is easily transferabla. My question is: how easily? How much time would it take, and might I be better of switching to the opencourse stanford course that does use Java?

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