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I would recommend C# or any language that offers these three things at their core:

Fully typed Compiled And fully object oriented..

A first language that offers these three core will teach a lot about program flow, syntax, and how to do problem solving in a more structured manner. I live and breath inside a bunch of great languages that dont't have these attributes but if I were teaching someone a language I would pick one that had these three requirements.

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I would recommend C# or any language that offers these three things at their core:

Fully typed Compiled And fully object oriented..

A first language that offers these three core will teach a lot about program flow, syntax, and how to do problem solving in a more structured manner. I live and breath inside a bunch of great languages that dont't have these attributes but if I were teaching someone a language I would pick one that had these three requirements.

J

I would recommend C# or any language that offers these three things at their core:

Fully typed Compiled And fully object oriented..

A first language that offers these three core will teach a lot about program flow, syntax, and how to do problem solving in a more structured manner. I live and breath inside a bunch of great languages that dont't have these attributes but if I were teaching someone a language I would pick one that had these three requirements.

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I would recommend C# or any language that offers these three things at their core:

Fully typed Compiled And fully object oriented..

A first language that offers these three core will teach a lot about program flow, syntax, and how to do problem solving in a more structured manner. I live and breath inside a bunch of great languages that dont't have these attributes but if I were teaching someone a language I would pick one that had these three requirements.

J

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