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Learn programming for non programmer/from zero point?

What is the best way to start programming from scratch?
As a non programmer but very enhanced to use computers.

non programming use coding site to learn how is the basic of programming?

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Sean

What do you want to learn, front-end or back-end?(visual programs or functional programs).

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abelive206

Lol what’s front end and end front ?
I don’t understand .
Once 25 years ago or so I was a pro for computer repair hardware and little of software trouble shooting for 2 years , back when Was windows 98,me, and other and I was a very talented at taking apart and don’t remember none of it now but still I have the ability to gain back all what I learned before .
That’s what I know about tech .
So I really don’t know what’s end and front things
Explain more help me or what easier to start with ?

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Sean

The front-end is web based development, the back-end is usually the server-side. Start from a general usage programming language like python. Then expand from what you've learned after you learnt the basics. Also, don't rush your learning give yourself plenty of time before you move on. Although, if you want your learning to be efficient and fast write a lot of programs for each thing you learn. By the time you've been at it for maybe 4 to 5 months you'll be a pro at python. I also suggest going to online boot-camps for beginners, things that you'll find hard to grasp will be explain professionally.

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