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So I'm assuming we have (which we do) programmers, coders and scriptors here.

Can anyone teach me a language, first of all I have no basic knowledge total newbie and id like to learn from the start.

I like the way people develop things and plugins for RC and I also like to contribute something.

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I would start with C language , that's where everyone starts and for good reasons .It helps you get your logic straight and is kinda the building blocks for other languages ,and once you master it it would be fairly easy to accommodate to others.

 

Tbh you could actually start learning by yourself   http://www.cprogramming.com/tutorial/c/lesson1.html

 

just follow this step by step, it's explained in so much details that i doubt any instructor would explain ,most programmers study by themselves and learn from each others, and if you feel the need you could always come ask me for help .

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Lol.  C is the language of my heart, but I would not suggest it as the place to start.  I started on Pascal, but I wouldn't suggest that either these days.   I'm hearing very good things about Python both as a language to learn on and actually do stuff with, it's my husband's goto language these days.

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Lol.  C is the language of my heart, but I would not suggest it as the place to start.  I started on Pascal, but I wouldn't suggest that either these days.   I'm hearing very good things about Python both as a language to learn on and actually do stuff with, it's my husband's goto language these days.

yes but when you learn C , you can easily jump to c++ c# java , objective C (i fukin hate that one) .... I'm just saying its better to start with since python , java and others are more high level . By high level i dont mean hard ,kinda the opposite :P

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Honestly, C# would be the way to go imo.
It has the easy to understand syntax of Java and the power of a .NET C language.
Or well if you want something easier I guess you could start of scripting I guess?
I personally started off with VB 4.0 and then moved on to C++ / ASM.

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Start with anything that teaches you the principles of computer programming and not just how to modify templates without understanding anything about what is going on.

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Start with anything that teaches you the principles of computer programming and not just how to modify templates without understanding anything about what is going on.

well that's a decent answer :P

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