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I teach classes that each use different languages: Python, C#, Visual Basic, Thunkable, Scratch, Alice, Small Basic and a few other odds and ends. I am not good in any of them off hand, but I have a set of resource locations that will refresh my memory or show me the important features of the languages. I learn how to learn languages. I get the language ...


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An effective way to learn another programming language is learning compared to the known language.   Ideally I think one language should be learned for each important paradigm: C / C ++ for imperative / objective paradigms, lisp / Haskel for functional paradigm and SQL for declarative paradigm - the rest of the languages being a combination of these ...


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