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    How many languages do you all know? What is a good language to learn after C++?

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    Java is pretty similar (and should be pretty quick).
    Or PERL, it's a very versitile scripting language.

    Once you learn how to program in general, learning another language comes very quickly.

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    learn straight C and Assembler(at least the basics).
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    Thanx everyone, any more suggestions?

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    I'd learn some VB and C# to use with Microsoft's .NET, because it's really helpful and fast to be able to use multiple languages to make a project.

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    I would suggest learning a -little- bit of assembly, just for the sake of having some concrete idea of how computers actually work.
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    If you know C syntax you can make it anywhere.

    Mixing languages with MSIL seems more of a way to make a mess than a way to make better programs. It reminds me of bestiality.
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