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#21

cough HTML aka one of the basic ones.

And I plan to learn CSS, JS, and Python.


#22

I know XDXDXD


#23

Yup, I didn’t include it. Also, CSS is somewhat easy, JS is a little bit more difficult, and Python, you need a lot of things to learn, but it is really useful if you want to learn other more complex languages like Java or Swift or C++


#24

oh my gosh where is C#


#25

That sounds super cool! I use “Flas k” (without the space) often. It is a package for creating working web apps, and I’ve made some cool stuff using it! :slight_smile:


#26

I’m learning C++ because one of my teachers started a coding club in my school.
I still know nothing but h e y, at least I’m trying


#27

I also have Flas k! Although I did a small web with Flas k, that is not my priority at this moment. Right now I am with TKinter and doing some Java.


#28

That sounds cool! I also want to get into TKinter some time, I haven’t just found somewhere where it is explained clearly. I also work on other things.


#29

Right now I am with Java, and I am waiting for Xcode 10.
Xcode 10, it’s the BEST THING EVER.
Like;

  • Core ML (Machine Learning) 2
  • Swift 4.2
  • better testing engine
  • more debugging tools
  • support for GitHub (and more, but I use GitHub) in Xcode server with new SSH keys

and,

the best of all.

Dark Mode.

I am getting really excited and :sweat_smile:


#30

Reviving this topic:

Does someone know a good online Java IDE?

Plz


#31

Agreed


#32

I have books on Python and JavaScript but I never really looked at them and I feel bad bc they were really expensive…is there any way you guys get motivation to code?


#33

Listening to music while coding usually motivates me


#34

I think that repl.it has Java. I searched for it on the website. Their Python IDE is really good, so I hope that the Java one is that too!


#35

Thank you! I was all the time searching for one! And they have more IDEs too! Thanks a lot! :wink:
(I already have Python installed [although it is somewhat laggy -_- ], and in my virtual book I have a Python IDE too for practice.)


#36

I´m happy to help! If you want to code Python offline and if you don´t have an IDE, you should try PyCharm Community Edition, by the way.


#37

I also have it, although I feel very comfortable right now with the standard Python IDE (IDLE) and I try to avoid those bugs (like when you have another screen and you try to type print(“ . )


#38

IDLE is good too. I just like the easy package installing, syntax highlighting, easy file creation and more. By the way, are you talking about bugs in PyCharm or in the standard Python IDE?


#39

The standard Python IDE. I regularly use it :slight_smile: (and GTG)


#40

Okay, that´s a strange bug. I´m also signing out for the day.