What programming language to start learning? What language is most suitable for writing programs under Windows?

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  • start with the definition of the field of activity ... and then ... believe me ... you will come across such a rake and stones when you start grabbing at every crap .... - rojaster jul
  • Start learning programming with mathematics at an institute / school and a textbook on algorithms - jmu

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For a start, I would advise you to master the "Search" ...

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And this is only on this forum for the request "programmer".

    A long time ago I wrote an article in my blog , maybe it will indirectly help you find the answer to your question.

    • You have in the comments to the article there is a link to another article "Traditional Programming Language Job Trends - August 2010", it is strange why they did not take into account PHP and Python ... - Dex
    • now re-read the article "Traditional Programming Language Job Trends - August 2010" and honestly did not find the answer to your question, probably the author of this article did not include PHP and Python to "Traditional Programming Languages", hmm, although perl is there ... - GLAGOLA jul
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      Yes, and I'm talking about. Although, of course, the popularity of Java can not but rejoice. - Dex