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    Which language to study next?

    So
    HTML, CSS, Javascript, XML, PHP and MySQL are cool to study.
    Having HTML as the main markup language.
    CSS to style mine pages.
    Javascript to give mine website a little extra of effect.
    XML to gather up data and let it easier to refresh on the page it self.
    PHP for the prepossessing of pages that you can make.
    MySQL for the User database information.

    However, all of those languages have it's limit.
    For example on Javascript you can Perform a function only once or let it loop trough an array.

    So for some extra effect, maybe something for game based language I'm looking up for a new language which is even more dynamic.

    I have been looking into Java but I'm not sure if I should study that language as it's being used less in the days.

    Some recommendations would be lovely.

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    I'd be interested in the answer to this as well! Thanks for posting.

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    Java is still widely used programming language. You can learn it. It is also used for web development purpose.
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    Php all the way..

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    Java is the best option for you to learn.

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    I would also recommend java! It peaked my interest.

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    Java is an extremely common language used all over the place, both for the web and applications. Many games are written using C# and C++, however, game development will involve much more complex topics, such as game engines, collision detection, etc... .

    While you learn more languages, try to combine the ones you already know and build something increasingly complex. You'll find there are plenty of things about each language you probably don't know but once you learn it, you can perhaps apply it to other languages. One of the things I got involved in was making simple games, starting at with text-only cheesy games in Java. Eventually, I made other games, such as Snake, started to work on Tetris (got too busy so never finished it) but then decided whether I could make games in other languages, such as JavaScript, HTML and CSS. Another thing is if you see a nice site, game or whatever else, try to create it by yourself. It doesn't have to be perfect, you don't need to show it to anyone but it's to see whether you can do it and improve your coding abilities. Later, you can return to things you previously made and improve their performance, especially for SQL and PHP (i.e. I often run timers to see which scripts will return the correct results as fast as possible, which is critical if you're dealing with 400K+ rows).

    If you really want a new language to learn, there's Java, C#, C++, Ruby, Django, Python, etc... .

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    I also suggest you to learn Java...

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    More people are using Java and I believe it is more effective and helpful.

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    These days php being used everywhere so I advise you to go for php and make yourself expert in PHP rather than learning number of other languages make yourself expert of a single one.

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    I guess Java language is good option for you to learn

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    How about c#?

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    Quote Originally Posted by abidasaalim View Post
    I guess Java language is good option for you to learn
    But JAVA is the harder than other language ..like PHP, ASP.net....

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    Php one and only. It is easy language for you if you have computer sciences education background.

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