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DaFlake

 
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As I said, it depends on what the OP wants to actually do in programming. Scripting languages are great but I wouldn't start there to be honest. It will be harder to grasp the OOP concepts and will feel more restrictive over all later down the line. Having done this for a living I think that it would be best to go with a good OOP and then add scripting to your arsenal later down the line. I can't tell you the number of folks that I met that can script like crazy but struggle with the more complex languages, get frustrated and then drop it.
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