xander wrote: All computer languages are basically the same, it is just a matter of placing the semi-colons in the right place, figuring out oddities with branching and looping structures, and figuring out the idiosyncrasies of the language that you are working in.
You should try Lisp sometime. . . It might change your mind about that.
I do agree that once you know the basics of programming in a procedural language you should be able to quickly pickup any other procedural language.
Trust wrote:If you're going to learn Spanish, just to speak, and you think you might use English later, why not just learn English?
Because Spanish is sexy.