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    What do Ilearn

    hi everybody
    i wanna ask someone there what program language do i learn to start with network issue. i know how to program in pascal and basic. so do i learn C, C++ ? now i'm try to learn Visual Basic but i realised that the one who use VB to program doesnt make great effort, almost all is done by VB. do i go on?


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    Onward and upward, C++ hoooooooo!!!!!
    Every now and then, one of you won't annoy me.

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    Yeah C++. Visual Basic is good for messing around with and doing quick stuff, but there's nought challenging to it. Or try Pascal. It's kinda half way between C++ and VB
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    C++ is great, learn it. If your going to go for a I.T. job, might be worth learning Java, it's well respected, at least in UK!

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    Plus you could write programs for OS's other than Windows, and not need to re-write it (i.e. the same execuatable could be used on a Linux and Windows machine), if you are using two different OS's. Could save time.
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    again, i'm going to recommend PERL!!!... more powerful than a locomotive, yet has a friendly camel as it's mascot.


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    I suggest you go on to C++. I just started learning it, it's kinda hard but no that difficult. I am already starting to write little programs. Like I said I suggest going to C++. That will probally give you the most stable job.

    >Hope that helps.
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    I going to say C or perl !

    give it a few keystrokes

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    C++ is the language of the gods. It's versatile, powerful and fairly easy to learn, especially if you arleady know Basic.
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    c
    why?
    In short It is powerful, efficient, Progremmer friendly, programs written in c can be easily run on any other system.
    Where you use c?
    Almost every where for example
    computer games, computer applications, computer languages, defence, Unix operating system, writing OS I mean you name it and almost everywhere you are going to find C. You can imagine the power of C that this is the language is the mother of Linux of the most powerful OS. This is a most powerful programming language oops I am sorry , one of the most powerful programming language that you don't want to miss.

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