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  1. Childofgod

    Childofgod New Member

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    Im 14 and wondering what language i should learn to lead up to objective c. I have a pc and assume i know nothing.
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    You could start with objective c if you want, but try learning C or C++, or Java first.
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    Are you completely new in coding? Start with Visual Basic

    If not, C, C++, C#
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    gojohnnyboi Well-Known Member

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    Don't do visual basic, it wont help you really.

    Do C. C is very powerful, and you can use it in your Objective-C applications also. Once you have a grasp on that, move on.
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    I learned VB before trying to learn Obj. C and it didn't really help at all. It's totally different.
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    Childofgod New Member

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    Im not 100% new more like 85% and i have sorta been learning visual c#. Any good starter books or something to that effect
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    Ive done some html before but very basic.
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    The "For Dummies" books are good.
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    I think you can start directly with Objetive-C to avoid comparing this to X language. But to do that you will need a MAC. If you are stuck on Windows you can try C++ which is a great object oriented language.
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    learn c\c#\java\anything alike
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    python. very, VERY easy language, then java, then your c languages, finally obj. c

    btw, if you are thinking of making an iphone app with obj. c, then you need a mac or hackinosh.

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