4 Easiest Programming Languages to start learning coding


To code, it is not necessary that you should be a professional. The given article emphasizes so as it lists and describes 4 easiest programming languages. These languages will help beginners a lot, lets check them out!

BASIC

The Beginner’s All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code is the premier language for students at the age of 8 or so. It  is the base of many common programming languages today. The language includes some easy-to-learn functions and its syntax is also very simple. There are no symbols needed at the end of each line which further simplifies its use. A nice educational language that can be easily extended in functionality. Here’s some simple BASIC code

CLS
INPUT "Enter your name: ", Name$
IF Name$="Mike" THEN
PRINT "Go Away!"
ELSE
PRINT "Hello, "; Name$; ". How are you today?"
END IF

Even a child can understand what it wants to say!

Gambas, the BASIC IDE for Linux : Review!

Lua

Lua is a popular programming language. It’s fast, lightweight, and can be easily embedded. It has a very easy to use syntax and can be implemented into anything. It’s a popular, fast, easy to use and implement programming language. But don’t underestimate it. It can be used for complicated programs too, including games.

A simple Lua code


A = {}
function A:add(x,y)
return x+y
end
print( A:add(1,2) )

Simple, ain’t it?

Visual Basic

This is a programming language used with Microsoft Visual Studio, which is very popular among beginners. Visual Studio is used to create professional programs easily and with a widely used framework. It also comes with a wide range of tools to create prototypes of applications very quickly. It can be easily used to make GUIs too and gives satisfactory results to newbies. Yet another sample program:-

Module Hello
Sub Main()
MsgBox("Hello, World!") ' Display message on computer screen.
End Sub
End Module

Python

 

Another Object-Oriented Programming Language. It runs on almost every computer. It also includes a development environment. It is cross platform, fast and very powerful. Runs on Windows, Mac, Linux….

Python is mostly used in Web, Networking, Software, and Game Development. It is really easy to learn and just gets the job done! Now take a look at this:-

print "Hello, World!"

Its done!!

These five languages ensure that even if you’re a newbie at computers, you’ll not be discarded! Have fun!

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24 responses to “4 Easiest Programming Languages to start learning coding

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  3. What constitutes a dead language? Lack of instructional material! Everything on that list beside LUA has zilch in the way of working tutorials. That or the fact that Visual Studio and Java have practically replaced everything.

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  5. In 33 years of programming, I’ve never seen anything easier than REBOL. I put together a pile of working application examples of all types, most with GUIs, that are 5 to 10 lines of code, at http://easiestprogramminglanguage.com. If you liked Raven, here’s a quick response – REBOL does the Morse code example like this:

    foreach c ask {Message: } [
    l: index? find{ etinamsdrgukwohblzfcpövxäqüyj} c
    while [l >= 2] [prin pick {-.} odd? l l: l / 2]
    ]
    print “”

    I promise, you’ve never seen anything like it.

  6. Hi, try purebasic langauage. It is easy, fast, advance, cross platform langauge. I greatly thanks purebasic to help me understand other programming language. I really recommend this for bigeners

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