How would learning a HTMl make learning game programming easier?

Since HTMl is a relitively easy language i wanna learn it, but im also wondering if learning it will make game programming easier and how since that is my career path. And also what would be the best game programming language to learn after HTML out of java,javascript,C#,C++

Asked By: Marcus Fenix - 9/5/2011
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HTML wouldn't help you in the least bit, nor would Javascript or any other server-side scripting language really. C++ is your best bet if you want to have a career in game programming, but you have to go to school and study software engineering anyway to get a real job at a game studio since you can't really get a job... More
Answered By: SteveO - 9/5/2011
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HTML isn't even a programming language. It's a markup language used to create web pages. Unless you're talking HTML5, it's got nothing to do with game programming, and pretty much no relation to Java, C++, or C#. If you learn HTML, expect it to have no effect on learning game programming at all... More
Answered By: Empire539 - 9/5/2011
The first post is correct, HTML simply displays what you see on a browser, that's pretty much it. C++ is a good programming language for games, and you may also go with Java if you want to make games for mobile devices. Hope this helps :)
Answered By: Christopher - 9/5/2011
HTML is most used to the web font pages, it's very easy to learn, the C++ is most used to write the game program
Answered By: Liuping - 9/5/2011
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