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navin007

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Sir and Friends I am working on helpdesk support and qualifications 12 th pass and want to learn programming where do I start
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It's great that you want to learn programming. But could you please also tell - what is your goal?

If it's only to learn programming, one can start with C or C++.
But if you have specific goal in mind, learning specific programming language would help.
Example, want to develop Android app - Java, web application - Python + JavaScript, Desktop application - C#, IoT - C or C++.

To start learning any programming language, I would recommend watching few video tutorials at first to get some basic idea.
And then get a decent book and start following it trying out codes/exercises in the book.
 
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navin007

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Thanks u have come like a wonder I don't know programming so what will be the basic where I can move ahead
 

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Why C or C++ in this day and age? Try Java or "Go" instead. You want a really crazy one, then try "Scala" :D
 

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Having learnt C and C++, I still think you should do C and C++, gives you an idea. You can easily complete the courses with a week each.

With that done, then proceed to what you want next.
 

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OK C and C++ will finish in a week and any classes in Mumbai.
Not needed, just download this book on learn C in 7 days. Follow it to a T, you will have an understanding + youtube.

You can also look at help from first year BSC CompSci or IT chaps. I think you should also look at free classes from Khan Academy or something on those lines.
 

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You should try the Headfirst books. I studied the Javascript edition. Its an excellent book to learn any language.
 

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My suggestion would be to start working on a small project. that would help you learn a lot of concepts very quickly.
 

navin007

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ok i was going through udemy they too have some good courses.

but waiting for some coupan code or discount