The first program I remember writing was for graphing equations when I was 13, in Basic on a zx81 with 1kb of ram.
Oh, you know what? I forgot about how some kids in grade school used to program their TI-83 and TI-84 calculators. I never got into it, but I'm sure someone has coded DOOM for those things. I think BASIC and its variants are a first programming language for a huge number of people.
In HS we had a non graphing programmable Casio FX82 which I used to create random dice rolls for my favorite rpg ;)
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