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Aoa. it is my first post to css forums. I just wanted to ask if anybody know about the programming languages like python and c++, here are my questions that , which language is better Python or c++ and which should we learn,i have a bsc 2 years degree in computer science and will it be easy for me to understand any of these two languages if learn them online.. If any one can help then Please help me in this..
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Aoa. it is my first post to css forums. I just wanted to ask if anybody know about the programming languages like python and c++, here are my questions that , which language is better Python or c++ and which should we learn,i have a bsc 2 years degree in computer science and will it be easy for me to understand any of these two languages if learn them online.. If any one can help then Please help me in this..
As for your first question both are good languages, everyone makes their choice so make yours but I suggest python as it is more beginner friendly and general purpose language.

And for other question, there are many programmers who are self-taught doing good and many with computer science degrees, can't program. So education does not matter, only matters your learning abilities and persistence. good luck to your learning path.
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you should learn Python becuase of following reasons:

1. It is being taught in US Schools and Colleges. (And what is taught in US schools and colleges today becomes widespread in 5 years and eventually Pak adopts it 8 years later)

2. C++ came forward in 1980 while python is new (2010 - 2015). New languages are newer, smarter, better, easier and most widely used. New languages tend to dominate while old languages tend to die out.

3. Python and Javascript are the most widely used languages of today. These both are topping the charts since 2014 onwards. whereas all others are lagging behind.

4. C++ had seen it days as 1st choice of a programming language but now its reign is over.

5. Python is heavily used for emerging fields like Data Science, machine Learning, Natural Language Procession, AI to some extent, and many more.
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