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Old 03-10-2008
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learn to program

I would like to learn to program in java c + c + + c # but the problem is that I never heard it in anything I am totally invalid.

I would like to proceed adequate to begin.

Please answer me with precision thankyou.
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Hello,

it all depends what you love to

to learn any language will do

in object-oriented, Java or C # (graphical interfaces are easier to implement c #)

starts with a good book

look on this site =>http://www.cprogramming.com/tutorial.html there are plenty of tutorial

c + does not exist, as you language (the best known)

procedural =>

Turbo Pascal - c - visual basic

Object Oriented

java, c #, c + +, python, perl, php (Web)

drop any other language of the platform dotnet ago + / - 25 language (if my memories are good)

Microsoft focuses on C # any other language (vb.dotnet, J #, ...) are the draw for all developing

In microsoft
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