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Your first programming language?

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  1. coolprogramer36

    coolprogramer36 New Member

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    My first programming language is Python. I found easy learning python and I like the components of it. At first, I can't write any single line of code but after I learned python I found myself easily to write any code. I was shock that Youtube,Google and Spotify was made by Python and that's the reason why I am so interested to learn python.
     
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    My first Programming language Is Java because Java was and Is the most simple of all the programming language. When I first started with Java at the age of 14 I saw the language simple to understand as most of the statement are In English.

    Java's many features such as platform Independent made It to be My first Coding language.
     
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    Turbo C, when I was a first year college I learned Turbo C and that time I'am very confuse what can I do this program and so less of chance to put my self the technology but I'am trying all day and studying the Turbo C and every single day I understand and I got the algorithm of a program and I'am so happy to never give up my problem that time.
     
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    A simple Visual Basic. My teacher in high school taught us the simple things about it. Its GUI, commands, and many more. But the real deal that I used that I have a knowledge is Turbo C. It was my first college days when I first deal with it. Hard to understand especially if you are new with programming. But with focus on it you will eventually understand it. Easy as writing in a MS Word if you got to remember all the codes and protocol of that said programming language. I miss those day. :D

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    My first programming language was Python that I learned 2 years ago, but honestly, I can't remember too much. Anyway, I will start to learn Python again, it's a great and easy language, and you can do practically everything.

    After Python, I started to learn C, that currently is my main language, the only one I really have good skills. I love C, it's not too easy as Python but it's easy and exciting to learn. It's a language that I don't intend to stop programming with, as my first real programs were made with C and I still like to coding with C.

    Now I'm learning Java and I already like it.
     
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    My first was HTML. I learned it in school, in the 7th grade. I found it to be easy and intriguing. I used HTML as the stepping stone for other languages. I'm curious o_O, being out of school for so long, do children today still learn the basic of programming, like HTML in the public school system? I would think today they're learning it in elementary school.
     
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    my first programming language was actually vba, it is really simple and after that I have learned java and python.
    For anyone who wants to start learn programming, go for python, it is amazing language!
     
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    My first programming language was JavaScript! I was 13, and had nothing better to do, so I took up. It's fast, easy, and flexible, and since I have a passion for game development, I was able to use it in Unity Engine. It was also my gateway language, and via JavaScript, I took up Python, C#, and C+. Right now, I know six different languages, and it's all thanks to JavaScript.
     
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    My first programming language was the C language. At first, I never knew that programming would fascinate me this much. However, when I took up ICT as my senior high school strand, I realized that you could do great things in programming. I would always feel a sense of accomplishment whenever I have solved a problem! Now I have learned other languages such as Java and C++ and hopefully, I would learn more in my incoming second-year college venture!
     
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    I learned my first ever programming language in my second year at middle school. I thought the language was easy to understand at first, but then it got more complex as more and more coding instructions were taught. I struggled a lot in that part in one of my exams, and just as when I was completely tired of that language, JavaScirpt came. It was as complex and difficult as QBASIC, and again, my grades suffered.
     
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    Since I'm a teenager, I learned Java in depth in my AP Computer Science A class. But my very first non-official coding experience was in 6th grade with Scratch. Scratch is an amazing learning tool for younger students. It's really immersive and the blocks are really easy to use. There's so much you can create with Scratch, and it's really easy to build up!
     
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    For me it was QBASIC, I think.
     

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