Would you watch an anime about cute girls doing cute programming?
If someone could do a fully animated video tutorial series on C++ programming, replete with cute girls doing cute things, I might be able to conjure up the discipline to get somewhere with that.
At this point I would watch cute girls doing cute anything at all, and love every second of it.
Cute girls being cute tax attorneys.
Cute girls driving cute garbage trucks.
Cute girls who stare at cute goats.
>Cute girls driving cute garbage trucks.
The cities new law forces delinquent children to become garbage men/women. MC and her friends are mistaken for delinquents do to an accident. They have to do all kinds of gross stuff and they slowly get used to it.
>Someone's trash bin brakes and liquid shit oozes out.
They squeal and cry as they clean up the mess. etc.
>Anything other than a disgusting mockery of C syntax
C# is a shit doe.
Where the fuck is Lisp?
Also, it'd be a lot more appropriate if Python was some kind of disgusting moetron hybrid, in reference to it's terrible duck typing.
It's still pretty useful for hobbyist game designers, I still use it from time to time if I feel like making a HL2 engine mod.
Really any language is good to learn since what really matters is learning to think like a programmer, after that it's easy to pick up new languages.
I can't tell if people are talking about the OP image or if they actually hate the best language I've ever worked with.
Should I bother trying to learn a language if I can't do math?
If you have good logical thinking skills you'll be pretty well off. Otherwise you should give up.
Yes, but what one requires the least amount of math?
I wouldn't know, I've never bothered with getting into programming. Just go with Python or C# as you first language.
the most horrible program language in the world
I don't know anything. Why are there so many programming languages, and why isn't there an "ultimate" one? If you want to become a really good programmer, does that mean you have to learn more than 2 of these languages?
I would recommend starting off doing CLI stuff, especially if you're familiar to Linux and/or UNIX systems. Then you can branch off to the world of web applications by using something like Flask in order to combine Python and website UI.
>Oh well, does anyone has that "Why are there so many standards, we must create another one!
>Now there are n+1 standards".
Do you not know how to Google things?
Because some languages are good for one thing and other are good for something else. Sometimes those things are mutually exclusive. It's all a game of trade-offs and picking what matters most to you for a particular task.
Thus, good programmers don't learn languages, they learn to program. Most of them will have one or two languages they're really good at (guru level good), but they'll use whatever language is needed for the job because learning a third or fourth language to a passable level is pretty easy for someone who is good at programming and has solid foundations.
Sometimes a single program is written with two languages. Many times the user interface is coded with something entirely different than the back end.
That's just one example.
C# is best girl it was always best girl and will always be. C# is so flexible. It takes time to get in her because she need a lot more guidance than other girls but once you're in, you can do whatever you want.
Perl 2nd best girl. C++ a slut. PHP a useless. Python is great. Visual basic suckz.