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What coding language is the easiest to learn?

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07-26-2010, 10:00 AM
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Asp.Net is best option for you. it is very easy to learn. there are various kind of free websites, article available to learn Asp.Net.

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"if you know html and css, php will be easy ?" I disagree

If you want to learn it, then http://www.w3schools.com/
is the best start, Then Any books from Apress, I find their books the easiest to understand

And forget about copying and pasting codes at the start! And i think it will be better to work without an IDE

Good luck

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I am learning PHP and i find it easy.. you can go for PhP

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I would recommend Python. When looking for a simple programming language it is best to learn scripting languages. Python has lots of documentation and you can find a plentiful amount of examples. I am 14 and I managed to learn Python in a month. There is plenty you can do with the amount of knowledge that I have on Python, and trust me it is not a lot.

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If you want to learn it, then http://www.w3schools.com/
is the best start, Then Any books from Apress, I find their books the easiest to understand .
I disagree, I prefer www.quackit.com

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