re: How To Decide Which Programming Languages To Learn VIEW POST


I strongly disagree with this statement:

If you're trying to learning something relatively fast, you might look into object-oriented programming languages. If you want more control over the execution of your control, you might look into functional programming.

Object oriented programming languages mostly have the same level of control as a functional language, and even if not, bindings can be made to C libraries. Functional programming is definitely easier to pick up more simple concepts with, but in the long run, doing everything manually and moving data around would be a mess.

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