Pick a language.
Output something to the screen.
Figure out how to store stuff in variables.
Get some kind of user input.
Echo user input to the screen.
Learn how conditionals work so you can output or do different things depending on a variable's value.
Learn how loops work.
Learn how to get a random number.
Learn how to create and use functions.
There's more advanced stuff like objects and polymorphism beyond that but you should be able to do quite a bit with just that much. If I were to look at learning some new language I'd pretty much be going through those initial exercises.
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