Ask What is the easiest programming language

BSF2001

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I do understand that there are different programming languages, however, I want to know the easiest programming language for someone who is completely a newbie in programming.
 

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Thank you so much for your help! how ever what can i do with this programming language ?
Both languages can be used for a lot of different things.

Python is often used for automating tasks and can be used for machine learning, web crawling/scraping, and data mining. It can also be used for creating GUI, websites, and games, although you may want to choose another language for this.

JavaScript is for making websites dynamic, but with Node.JS you can use it for a lot of other stuff like CLI apps, desktop apps, and complete websites.

Treehouse and Codecademy are two good sites if you want to get started quickly.
 
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I can't say for sure which language is easy because programming language just differs in syntax. Once you've learn a language the other will become familiar to you. You just have to deal with the syntax. But one thing for sure, assembly is the hardest.
 

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I do understand that there are different programming languages, however, I want to know the easiest programming language for someone who is completely a newbie in programming.
Honestly it really depends on what you want to ge you of programming... Do you want to do be able to code games, websites, software etc?
 

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Python and the Go language seems to be pretty easy to learn language. And the best part is that you can quickly get started with them. Currently there are a lot of things that you can do with it. And also if you wish to make use of the language on work scale then that is also possible too. So python, golang, ruby, javascript can be good for starters.
 

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Python and the Go language seems to be pretty easy to learn language. And the best part is that you can quickly get started with them. Currently there are a lot of things that you can do with it. And also if you wish to make use of the language on work scale then that is also possible too. So python, golang, ruby, javascript can be good for starters.
I'm a bit unsure about Golang because although it has received a lot of praise ever since it was released, it has not gained much popularity if you compare with many other languages. Do you have any experience with it?
 
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