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PenguinFreak said:Start with BASIC or COMAL for a few weeks - find your feet in programming, get used to the ideas and algorithms.
Java, I feel, is quite difficult - wordy and high level.
Try C and/or C++ after a nice simple language. Get to know the basics and build up from there, within a couple of months you should be able to write decent C/C++ programs.
I think starting with a OOP language may be hard for someone with no experience to grasp. BASIC would be the best place to start if you have no prior programming experience.Zuck Gou :) said:
Anyways BASIC would be the easiest for sure (I was just thinking that starting with an OOP language would be best)
Visidex said:Lower level coding, like assembler or like lower then BASIC?
sunday Silence said:I had fortran in school about 25 years ago, I got a C based soley on pity I'm sure. All I remember was those damn punch cards. Any way I'm looking for a language that will leave me with employable skills. Unix type job skills, am I wasting my time with Python, is there a better path?