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Asked On2019-05-29 11:48:51 by:vaibhavpawade5

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Unfortunately, if you're relatively new to programming, I'd have to say - Java. I say unfortunately because I really, really, really don't like Java. Many people will disagree, but, again, some people like washing dishes, too.

The freedom and dynamism that characterize Python are beautiful and powerful things, but they must be earned.

Here's an analogy - let's say want to be a runner.

First, you want to learn the  technique and build up strength and stamina. You run the boring routes, working up the strength in your bones and joints. You repeat the tedious, painful exercises that tighten your tendons. You're using weights and waste a lot of effort in every move.  Until you really learn, that is.

(That's Java - and all the words I'm emphasizing describe how I feel about it. But, in your case, it's necessary, because you need to learn.)

Now, you're ready to start running! You lose all the weights and start dashing! Feel the freedom - no more of the boring, repetitive stuff for you - it's just the open road and all the exciting curves, hills and scenery. Because you've learned, you won't get injured and your steps will be precise and elegant.

(Now, that's Python, after you went through Java. The learning was painful, but necessary, so as to avoid pitfalls and caveats and other intrinsic dangers which come with freedom and power.)

If you start with Python, many a thing will be a mystery and you'll start thinking that all computers work that way. Well, they don't. It's pretty much quite the opposite. So, if you already know how computers work, you'll understand what's going on and know how to appreciate it. If you don't, what will probably happen is that you'll lay out your foundations of your programming knowledge wrong and then you're screwed. You'll struggle to find sense in anything.

Through careful abstractions, you replace grunt work by poetry. Write some dull prose first, before you stand a chance to parse poetry. Not that there isn't any beauty in prose. There's definitely no beauty in dish-washing, though.

Answerd on:2019-06-24 Answerd By:rishabhshukla

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