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Ask Lifehacker: Which Programming Language Should I Learn?

Dear Lifehacker, I am a high school student currently in Year 9 who is wishing to learn a computer language. I’ve long had a fascination with computers and wish to increase my skills. I have tried AutoHotKey as suggested by Lifehacker and have found that very helpful, but I wish to learn a proper language. Could you please suggest a good language to learn? (more…)
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