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What are the Programming Languages to learn for 2018?

Discussion in 'Programming' started by AnjaliK, Sep 12, 2017.

  1. AnjaliK

    AnjaliK Member

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    I would like to know what is the best options to learn programming language keep in mind its scope for 2018.
    Why JavaScript is on top in the list of top programming language please help me out as I am a beginner I would like to go with python. But I am confused now what to do.
     
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    Arihant Tripathi New Member

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    You can learn from online tutorial
     
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    Every day new technology is coming with great features. It will be your choice and knowledge. If you are expert in any of the language, learn the new updates launching in it.

    Online video and tutorials will help you.
     
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    Many trending scripting language have, you can learn anyone of them like perl,phyton, java etc.
     
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    The best thing about Java is “Write Once and Run Everywhere”.
    You can write Java code on Windows and compile it in Windows platform. The class and jar files that you get from Windows platform can run as it is on Unix environment. So it is a truly platform independent language.
     

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