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 Post subject: Re: First programming language
PostPosted: Sun Nov 26, 2017 5:00 pm 
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I used BASIC when I was little, I tried to learn it, I learned it a little bit. Also when I was around 15/16 years old.

I then learned Visual Basic 6. It's a programming language/environment that contains the most enthusiastic things in programming and GUIs, so it can give a very big impulse if we really try to learn it. I bought a book about VB6 when I was around 13/14 years old in a book fair for $10. I didn't have a computer only for me, only some times in my sister's computer, as well as the computer from a friend, but I always studied that book even without computer. It helped me.

Now I know that reading programming books without computer can really help. I was even able to invent a way to mentally calculate the calendar, surely helped by that.

Now I know Assembly and from those bases, I can learn any language if I give it time to it and if it interests me. I will try to write a Visual Basic 6 compiler some time, but first a C/C++ compiler.

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 Post subject: Re: First programming language
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Very amazing, guys.


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 Post subject: Re: First programming language
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Pascal when I was about 11.
I've learned C# because I was interested in making
games with Unity.
Then in high school they taught us C and C#.

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