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Top 3 Programming Languages 2022


Python is one of the most popular languages in the recent times because of its easy to use and lot of functionality features in it.
This language is mostly used in Machine Learning & AI technology and moreover in automation, web applications.
If you're a beginner you can start with python to understand the programming as its syntaxes are simple and easy to understand.

You can download python from: here(

Some books for python are as follows:
1>Learning Python by Mark Lutz
2>Head first python by Paul Barry

IDE for Python are:
2>Jupiter Notebook
3>Python shell
For setup of python see this post:(


Java is one of the most powerful programming languages that is currently used in more than 3 billion devices. Java is currently one of the most trending technology. It is used in desktop applications, mobile applications, web development, Artificial intelligence, cloud applications, and many more. So learning and acing in this technology offers insanely high salaries, amazing growth opportunities, and global recognition.

You can download java from here:(

Some IDE for Java are:
1>IntelliJ Idea by JetBrains


This Languages is one of the most popular and favorite languages for every programmer in recent times.
This programming language helps in functionality of any webpage and moreover JavaScript is a text-based programming language used both on the client-side and server-side that allows you to make web pages interactive.

These ranking can defer from person to person
You can refer(Geeks for geeks) for deep understanding!
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