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honeyclarck
honeyclarck • Jan 23, 2012

Java or C++

I am beginner in this field. I want to learn programming. So suggest me where i can start?

Java
or
C++

Which is easier to understand or they relate each other or not? I start first Java or C++.
Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare • Jan 23, 2012
honeyclarck
I am beginner in this field. I want to learn programming. So suggest me where i can start?

Java
or
C++

Which is easier to understand or they relate each other or not? I start first Java or C++.
Start with C programming if you're totally new to programming. If you know programming and wondering which one would be easier between Java & C++, then the best way to figure that out is through trying to learn both the languages. Upon grabbing the basics, you'll know your answer.

We can't tell you which one is easier for 'you'.
simplycoder
simplycoder • Jan 23, 2012
honeyclarck
I am beginner in this field. I want to learn programming. So suggest me where i can start?

Java
or
C++

Which is easier to understand or they relate each other or not? I start first Java or C++.
Experts nowadays suggests to start with C#. Its a good and a solid language with lot many resources.
Particularly I found that its not difficult to manage. Generally I advise newbies to focus more on core concepts like logic and clean coding. Then next step is OOP.

I think language to begin with should be good and shouldnt hamper the core concepts of learning.
If you want to deal in with web apps or websites, java or c# is a good way to start. Once you get good grip, next is learning .NET framework.

Dont bother much on language or technology, pick any one which has OOP and focus on logic,design and OOP in this order. Then study the data-structures and algorithms(You would use these even before you think of studying it deeply), but its a must for any programmer who wants to be efficient.
Anoop Kumar
Anoop Kumar • Jan 23, 2012
First build your logic in C/C++.
next build your Object Oriented concepts .
Next your choice C++/Java/C#.
Once you are well verse with OOP programming you can do programming any language.
For fun watch video on youtube java vs .net 😉
C++ forms the basic... But you should know C first... As everyone have said, start with C, then move on to C++ and OOPS and then come to Java...
Arnav Joshi
Arnav Joshi • Jan 24, 2012
And if you decide to start with C programming. Make sure to read from the book from the creators of C - Kernighan and Ritchie .
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_C_Programming_Language . Apart from the 8th chapter most of the programs will work on Linux systems.

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