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    Default Which is the easiest programming language for beginners?

    Which programming language is the easiest to learn for beginners?

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    The easiest is not necessarily the best for beginners.

    here`s a nice place to start
    http://www.mindviewinc.com/CDs/ThinkingInC/

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    VB.net

    http://smallbasic.com - nice to learn the basics
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    Quote Originally Posted by Urist View Post
    The easiest is not necessarily the best for beginners.

    here`s a nice place to start
    http://www.mindviewinc.com/CDs/ThinkingInC/
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    I think scratch is an awesome start for kids. Teach them how to think code. I am trying to get my old man (62) to play around in scratch and learn something new just for fun. Much better than friggin solitaire.
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    I recently registered my kid for the Edro courses where they teach the kids to program in C. Apparently C is a good starting for point as you can get an understanding of how computers work. From thereit's easier to branch out to other languages like C++, java, etc. On the other hand apparently Python is the easiest to learn.
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    Python, C or Java. C# is nice
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    C is easy to learn.

    I think C is a good first language because it is fairly close to the metal. Python is good for enforcing neat code, so it makes a good second language.

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