I’ve learned Python, HTML, and CSS. I want to learn something outside of webpages (sorry JS!). I don’t know what to choose, though. I am open to suggestions (as long as it is not Java!). What language should I learn?
I think something cool to learn would be C… Just because it sucks.
actually? or is this a joke?
Yeah for an actual one, I would say learn bash.
If you want to make games and you plan to use a game engine, you may want to learn C++ for Unreal Engine, C# for Unity, and GodotScript for Godot.
If you are more interested in data science, you can learn advanced Python, or find a new language to learn like Julia.
I would say C++ though it’s a bit of a jump. After that maybe C# or you can learn Lua as I hear it’s easily embedded into C++ apps
Um, is Julia a person or a language?
Brainfrick. Learn brainfrick
are you kidding me:
“Brainf*** is an esoteric programming language created in 1993 by Urban Müller. Notable for its extreme minimalism, the language consists of only eight simple commands, a data pointer and an instruction pointer. While it is fully Turing complete, it is not intended for practical use, but to challenge and amuse programmers. Brainf*** requires one to break commands into microscopic steps.” - Wikipedia.
It actually has many appliances and can land you a fortune 500 tech job!
what is fortune 500? Forgive me for my stupdity
500 of the wealthiest companies as listed by finance magazine Forbes.
Depends for what reason.
Professionally go with C if doing gaming, embedded one kernels is what you want.
Go and rust are also a good choice as long as embedded is not of interest.
For fun you could look at NIM, elm.
So it truly depends on why.
Julia is a nice language but again … depends for what. Fun, learn something for a profession, specific project, etc
I was going to say java before i read:
(as long as it is not Java!)
I recommend C++ or if you are interested in iOS: Swift.
you should learn ruby
Python is the starter for most people. It can run business and it used widely throughout the programming industry, even in websites, believe it or not.
You do realize they already learned Python, right?
…Sucks teeth Okay then.