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What other Programming Languages should I learn?

What should be the first programming language for me to learn?  

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  1. 1. What should be the first programming language for me to learn?

    • Visual Basic
      1
    • C#
      1
    • C++
      7
    • J#
      0
    • JScript
      0
    • Ruby
      1
    • Python
      2
    • Java
      1
    • Delphi
      2
    • Other (And I specified which other Language)
      0


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GEOSoft

Oh yeah.. if you are really into programming math, learn Pascal. :shocked:

Pascal has a lot more to offer than just it's tremendous math capability. BTW: Delphi is Pascal based.

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Automan Empire

Here are some links to a comparison of different programming languages...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of...mming_languages

http://99-bottles-of-beer.net/

(examples of the same program written in MANY different programming languages, including AutoIt and a GUI version of AutoIt !!!!)

http://www.jvoegele.com/software/langcomp.html

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=c...mming+languages

(many more links)


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Uten

If Windows is your target and your interest is academic. Start with C. Then create C dll's and use them from Autoit.

If you have to learn the Object Oriented way use Java (from the academic point of view).

If you have the time learn C++.

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