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Easiest programming language

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#1 Just_One_Question


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Posted 28 July 2017 - 03:59 PM

Hey, which would you say is the easiest to learn coding language as a first language among the popular ones right now for someone who has no experience in coding at all? Javascript, Python, HTML, something else maybe? Please, advise. Thank you!:)

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Posted 28 July 2017 - 04:22 PM

I'd say HTML and CSS I looked at this subject and am currently learning these to make a web page. HTML looks very easy and CSS isn't that hard either.

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Posted 29 July 2017 - 07:47 PM

I suggest learn in this order: HTML,CSS,JAVASCRIPT,PHP,PERL,PYTHON.



Now, you'll need to test your code in a browser, so I suggest do this as a server setup.

(1) Create a folder: C:\Servers

(2) Create another folder: C:\web or C:\www

(3) Download PHP (it also has Perl) http://windows.php.net/download

(4) Install PHP at C:\Servers

(5) Create a simple index.html and place in (2).

(6) Create a batch files with this code within;

Echo PHP in Server Mode on interface
Echo on port 80 at C:\www with index.html present
C:\Servers\PHP5\php -S -t c:\www
(7) Execute batch file, the PHP will go in server mode, and serve files at (2) and run PHP (and Perl) scripts.

(8) Open your web browser and type and press enter. You'll see your index.html in (2).

(9) In the batch file window, you'll see all the errors for debugging.

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#4 KingDavidlll


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Posted 30 July 2017 - 09:42 PM

It depends what you want to do!


I'd recommend having a look at this topic:


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