I've recommended before that if someone's serious about programming, they should start with Java, and then they could move onto C++ later, but I'm not sure if that's such a good idea now. I have a feeling that a Java programmer trying to learn C++ would just get frustrated and give up easily. I went in the other direction, C++ -> Java, and haven't looked back.Anarchy99 said:what programing language should i learn ive never programed before
my teacher says basic and or pascal because they are good for beginners but ive been told C++ is more useful
I miss PILOT and LOGO. They're both good, simple languages that allow you to do things simply without being a rocket scientist. In fact, I'm working on an interpreter for both.tpjunkie said:Man, anyone else miss LOGO?
Yeah BASIC is really easy to learn, I wrote some pretty complex programs in it on my Apple II back in about third grade (BASIC was the only language offered in my elementary school). If you are at all serious though, go with C++.