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Wow, lots of advice what to learn but not one has asked what the OP plans or wants to do with what he learns...

There are a slew of languages out there but if you eventually want to program for the Mac, Objective C is the way to go (especially since you have some C background already). If you think that is too difficult then you could start with Java (a real OOP language).

Now, if you are doing WEB development then there are a whole different set of languages to choose from. However, you will find that they come easier once you get a solid background in one or two languages.
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