What programming language is the best/easiest for the beginners?

And also do I need to take a course in college and pay to learn that or can I do it at home on my own?

Asked By: - 11/27/2010
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Answered By: John Mason - 11/27/2010
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Answered By: Cndu C - 11/27/2010
Java because: -it is robust -Object-Oriented -it is the most used programming language. -It is easy to learn -there are a lot of tutorials online (check out newboston on YouTube, and
Answered By: iema - 11/27/2010
C ----(past)-----> C++ ------(future)----> C# C is good but I suggest the C++ cause it is a Bridge between C language which is old and the C# which is used for the day world; if you learn C++ you can work in C# code too and developing by C is very easy
Answered By: Taha - 11/27/2010
my suggestion for u will be c++ it is simple and it is also object oriented
Answered By: manasa - 11/27/2010
If you are really starting out and never have done programming in your life... More
Answered By: bdr - 11/27/2010
C++ = C - Just about everything else was written in C or C++
Answered By: tbshmkr - 11/27/2010
John Mason's answer is good but I'd like to point out that not all Visual Basic version are created equal. A lot of the C based programmers I know think of VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) or VBScript when they think of Visual Basic. These are very limited function languages, basically designed for people who know... More
Answered By: Gardner - 11/27/2010
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