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@Pradeep Somu • 23 Mar, 2014
I am interested in learning a programming Language and was just wondering which language would be the most flexible and useful, both for Research and for my field.
Any idea guys?
@Kaustubh Katdare • 23 Mar, 2014 @Pradeep Somu - if you are totally new to programming, you can start with C or C++ programming language. Once you are comfortable with computer programming, picking up any other language won't be a big deal.
@Pradeep Somu • 23 Mar, 2014 But I heard that C was hard to learn and really vast and that Python was easiest to learn
@SYED BASEERULLAH • 23 Mar, 2014
Pradeep Somu
But I heard that C was hard to learn and really vast and that Python was easiest to learn
I am a Mechanical Engineering Graduate and i have a little Knowledge about C and C++ . I think it's not hard to learn.I have learnt basic concepts of C++ within hours.
A book by YASHWANT KANETKAR for C and C++ programming might help you to learn it very quickly and efficiently.
@ISHAN TOPRE • 23 Mar, 2014 If you are learning programming language for core designing applications, try programming in Matlab. Skylab is best software as it is an open source software (legally free). It is very very easy.

Although you will be a bit away from traditional computer programming, writing a 1 page program in Matlab is equivalent to 3-4 pages of C, C++, Java etc.
@Pradeep Somu • 23 Mar, 2014
SYED BASEERULLAH
I am a Mechanical Engineering Graduate and i have a little Knowledge about C and C++ . I think it's not hard to learn.I have learnt basic concepts of C++ within hours.
A book by YASHWANT KANETKAR for C and C++ programming might help you to learn it very quickly and efficiently.
Thanks. 'C' it is, then.
@Pradeep Somu • 23 Mar, 2014
Issue
If you are learning programming language for core designing applications, try programming in Matlab. Skylab is best software as it is an open source software (legally free). It is very very easy.

Although you will be a bit away from traditional computer programming, writing a 1 page program in Matlab is equivalent to 3-4 pages of C, C++, Java etc.
No, it wasn't for design.
I was considering programming mostly for automation and stuff like that.
@Sanyam Khurana • 23 Mar, 2014 @pradeep So If you need to learn any programming language, then I'm already making tutorials on the same..

Feel free to explore my site, and PM me or ping my wall if you have any doubt, I would be more than happy to help 😀

Here's the site : www.TheGeekyWay.com
@Pradeep Somu • 23 Mar, 2014
Sanyam Khurana
@pradeep So If you need to learn any programming language, then I'm already making tutorials on the same..

Feel free to explore my site, and PM me or ping my wall if you have any doubt, I would be more than happy to help 😀

Here's the site : www.TheGeekyWay.com
Ok, thanks a lot!
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