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Gustavo Woltmann

3 most preferable programming languages

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There are many programming languages. Some are very demandable are some less demandable. I'm new in the area of programming languages.

So, can you name 3 languages that I should prefer first?

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Depends what you want to do with them :-

 

Pascal ; A good introduction to coding but not going to have much application beyond a teaching tool.

 

Delphi : Much more powerful, you can create complex stuff with it, but I'm fairly sure you need to pay for the compiler

 

Java : Great for web stuff, 

 

I'll admit I'm out of date on what's current in the workplace and I've never touched any C variants.

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I am not really experienced in the coding. Which programming language do i have to use to create apps?

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Assuming you mean for Windows 10 have a look at this first.

 

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Thank you, Belatucadrus! That was completely new info for me. May I ask what is the main difference between C and C++?

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what is the main difference between C and C++

 

I did try Googling it but all I got really was this . It appears to me that C++ is a more powerful development of the C family but as I said back in my original post the C family is not something I've ever tried coding with and my programming skills are pretty out of date.

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Thank you, Belatucardus! Really helpful link, detailed explanation. I heard that there are online coding websites, like code academy. Did you try any online coding websites?

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Did you try any online coding websites?

 

No all my code training came the traditional way, Basic for O-level at school, Fortran as part of my Physics HND. Pascal Delphi and Java when I did Computing HND.

I'd describe my skills as pedestrian at best and badly neglected, I haven't done any for years.

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