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Well, I have no real hobby right now, so I was wondering what programming language I should learn. I have only programmed in basic once and I want to get to a more complicated language.

 

I have forgotten everything, so I was wondering what I should do. :huh:

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c++, once you learn quite a bit of that you can learn some of the various extra libraries of it to make graphics..like using opengl an stuff..

 

i love it..

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Well, I always thought that VB was a good starter language because the syntax is very straight forward and the graphics make it a little more user friendly. However, VB is not free, and DevCPP is, so maybe you should start there :)

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Start with Java.

 

Though before I started Java I had done some C++.

 

But, once you do and learn Java, then C++ will be easy enough to learn.

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Java will be much easier to learn if you learn C first.

 

 

Why? C dosn't have any OOP ..

 

 

 

 

So, in the end, I and several other coders say the following:

 

START WITH C.

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YGPM.

 

 

You can start with it (I did...), but I don't recommend it. You'll have advanced stuff infront of you before you can even learn the basics. C++ has classes, inheritence, and polymorphism (So does Java, and that has much different syntax than C, peoples!). Visual Basic 6 teaches bad programming habits.

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No, it's easier to start with C so you don't have to deal with classes in your first god danged program.

 

 

In Java, OOP is heavily abused. Hell, every single function is in a class.

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what bad habits dose it teach?

cause i personaly like vb6.0 quite a bit, howeverr i think next year that like will be reaplaced with a like for vb.net is that just as bad?

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