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How to learn to program compiled languages efficiently when coming from an interpreted language?

I have experience with Python and now am learning C++, I am finding the lack of an interpreter or a repl to be a serious hinderance when learning the language, as well as the ability to type ...
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What is the best way to learn an object oriented programming language with framework, data structure and alogrithms?

At first I will say, I known some basics Python and Haskell. For now I decided to follow my programming road with Python. I have chosen a few issues and their learning path, hence I would like to know ...
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Which is easier to learn : Perl or Tcl

I work in an EDA company (Electronic Design Automation) and need to learn a scripting language. If I know basic C language, how much of the C language knowledge would be helpful in learning the two ...
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Why do educators not set an upper bound for the amount of times we're allowed to compile code?

First of all I'm sorry if the wording of my question is off so let me be more specific with what I mean; At my University we have some platforms we can code on and hand in assignments. They usually ...
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Why some students think that programming is difficult and hard to learn, how I convince my students that programming is not difficult as they think?

Some students think that programming courses are tough and hard. I personally know some teachers who say to their students that programming is not a cup of tea. How much percent this thing is true ...
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Standardization of software [closed]

I am a CSE undergrad 1st yr student. I would like to know how software that companies use change from time to time. Can't they have a single standard software? For example: in my school they ...
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Java or Kotlin for beginners (procedural programming knowledge is existing)?

We are teaching an "introduction to cs" course (bachelor level) and in the first half of a year students are learning the fundamental principles of procedural languages. We are using python 3 and C as ...
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Is it okay to teach C++ to my 7 year old brother?

I was thinking this for quite long, should i teach my little brother about programming in the age of 7-8? Because it will help him in the future in 12th standard and in university life. I want him to ...
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What is good age to start learning programming?

I am thinking of offering classes for people, maybe take 5 to 10 at the time. There would be 4 hours every Saturday, twice a month, for three months. So in total 6 such sessions. The language thought ...
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How can I remain a programmer and move into currently “hot” areas? [closed]

I'm a programmer, and I want to continue as such, but I want to explore new areas. I know the future is in the big data, and virtual reality (for example), but I don't know if they have less coding ...
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What is the difference between computer science and computer engineering in brief

For a beginner who wants to walk down the path of programming and developing and etc. What is a brief explanation of the differences of the two? To clarify, Computer science is CS while software or ...
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Looking for puzzle/game programmes, so students can write solvers

I was playing some logic puzzles, and was thinking that they would be good for students to program solvers, that can be plugged in to the game logic. Some of the quantities to make them useful, in ...