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Programming Lessons - My Contribution

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« Reply #30 on: August 28, 2013, 11:10:26 am »

It's being used more, it's becoming popular for game development, I want to make websites and stuff as well as games, it's somewhat similar to some other languages I want to learn later on, at least syntax-wise, there's tons of resources for learning it, and I'm doing it in school next year.
Fair enough.
But still, the language in itself isn't the most legible or well organized...
Desktop languages can be ported to web more easily than web languages to desktop.

All my business and accounting courses in high school are Computer only.
then we have Communications Technology, which is computer only.
And then programming... which is computer only.
What do you mean by "computer only"?
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