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  1. This question seems to plague me whenever I try to begin to program. I am always worried that I will find a source that is just plain horrible, so I thought I'd leave it up to you guys.   Where should I go to learn enough to be able to mess around with Python, and eventually learn other languages, and so on so forth?
  2. Which language to start with?

    Just want to say thanks. I actually found that link soon after I posted this topic, David.M so thanks a ton for the help. (I know it didn't technically help me, but if I hadn't looked that would have pointed me in the same direction that I took... so yeah.)      Also thanks, AllEightUp. I didn't much like Java either, more for the fact it seemed like it had even more complicated code than C++. I have decided to go for Python and need to go searching for resources. Thanks again, guys!
  3. Which language to start with?

    First off, I'm going to say that I know that this has been asked before, but I just wanted to have the seven billionth topic out there.     Second off, I have no experience and have heard good things about Java and Python. I know most people say that C++ is the best, but I don't feel comfortable getting that in-depth into it, and have actually made the mistake of trying to learn it first, and it burned me out. I am making this post after trying several times to get into C++ and failed miserably.     So... Basically what would be a halfway decent beginner program, and please don't post unless you think you can give a reasonable resource to learn it by, preferably an online one.       Thanks a ton!