Which programming language should I learn?
I'm a beginner, and i want to learn a powerful programming language that makes a high quality software. I am stuck between Java and c++ which one should i learn, which is more powerful?
Asked By: Billy X - 12/7/2010
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Answered By: John Mason - 12/8/2010
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c++ more powerful but complicated java easy and it is very good, powerful, and multiplatform so i'd go with that
Answered By: Walter M - 12/7/2010
learn them both
Answered By: Jonathon - 12/7/2010
First you learn programming, THEN you learn languages. Start with http://www-old.oberon.ethz.ch/WirthPubl/AD.pdf You'll never become a good programmer if all you learn is languages... More
Answered By: Colanth - 12/7/2010
As Walter M said C++ has more complications. Both are similar in many ways so learning one will make learning the other easier. I would suggest learning Java first because it deals with a lot of the more difficult things for you - pointers, nenory allocation, etc.
Answered By: Chris Q ॐ - 12/8/2010
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