is any real alternative for Java programing? I need something easier😌
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11 stycznia 2022, 13:22
Hello, I'm Salma. I want to learn programming, but how?? I can't always read English correctly........ Do I have to learn English first and then learn programming, or is it possible that I learn it while I can't speak English correctly?
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11 stycznia 2022, 00:47
Short and long answer: Yes there is something easier, but Java is and will be always used almost in any server aplication. Good things about Java are numerous, Answer to yourself this question and you might find your answer: What is the thing you really want to achive when programing? A nice web page? just study CSS and HTML. A responsive page? CSS, Java Script, HTML A full system used by a large organization that tracks, manages, controls, reports etc? JAVA, CSS, HTML and Java Script. - You will have to learn them almost anyway. You want to be just a web designer or a Programmer?
11 stycznia 2022, 11:14
No programming language is 'easy'. Maybe some drag&drop ones like Scratch are. But 'true' programming languages all have the disadvantage that you need to learn them and that you need to understand how the logic to make a processor do what you want works. The 'easiest' to learn that I know of are PHP for web and in the meanwhile Python (with the Django framework), too. Python is also excellent for smaller desktop projects. So that one is definitely worth a look. Basic once was the entrance to programming for a lot of people. On DOS it was QuickBasic. There are still some open source projects around (like FreeBasic) that develop that language. It now doesn't interpret the code anymore but instead it is compiled to C (or C++) code and you even can write GUI programs for Linux and Windows. But the community isn't really huge so you might not find that much help. Python on the other hand has a huge community. But as said, these are programming languages and the basics are similar here and there.