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    Some Important Fundamentals of Computer Programming Language

     Programming language is important because it defines the relationship, semantics and grammar which allows the programmers to effectively communicate with the machines that they program.
     You can instruct the computer what to do in a human-readable form
     Allows the programmer to structure the instructions into functions, procedures, etc.
     Computer programming principles implemented today will likely influence how technologies such as voice-recognition, artificial intelligence and other sophisticated technologies will change in the future and how they will be applied to our day-to-day lives.
     Programming is important for speeding up the input and output processes in a machine. Programming is important to automate, collect, manage, calculate, analyze the processing of data and information accurately.
     Programming is important to create software and applications that help computer and mobile users in daily life. Due to all these reasons, it’s really important to learn how to use programming languages in our daily life.

    1. It's very productive to program

    2. It's fun to program if you're into it

    3. Programming usually gets you good money, especially if you build a good money making application or website

    4. You know how something works when you see it

    5. It's easy to code/program once you know the syntax of the programming language

    6. You get to showcase your work

    7. If you can program/type code, that means you're smart enough to interpret the language which is a good thing

    8. Programming code are the instructions to tell the computer what to do

    9. Most programming languages are fairly easy to learn and use

    10. You can make awesome websites. All websites, applications, etc. started with a little bit of code and then progressed over time. (i.e. it can make you rich)

    11. You learn a lot from it

    12. You get better at it over time

    1. Bugs can get annoying and hard to solve sometimes

    2. If you're not good at math then it won't be easy to program.

    3. Lots of thinking involved

    4. If you don't have a good memory, then it will be hard to memorize the syntax of the programming language

    5. If you type slow, then you will take much longer to program something. (I can type lots of code in seconds since I know the syntax, but it requires thinking and logic)

    6. Some programming languages are hard to learn

    Why Study Programming Languages?

    Professional Benefits

    Studying programming languages will help you be better at your job, make more money, and be a happier, more fulfilled and more informed citizen, because you’ll learn to:

    • Choose the most appropriate language for a given task. A programming language lets you express computational tasks in certain ways. Some do a great job expressing some kinds of tasks and do a terrible job at others.

    • Learn new languages more easily. Thinking in terms of language independent concepts (e.g. types, sequencing, iteration, selection, recursion, concurrency, subroutines, parameter passing, naming, scope, abstraction, inheritance, composition, binding, etc.) rather than in one particular language’s syntactic constructs enables you to adapt to any programming environment.

    ... Mastering more than one language is often a watershed in the career of a professional programmer. Once a programmer realizes that programming principles transcend the syntax of any specific language, the doors swing open to knowledge that truly makes a difference in quality and productivity. — Steve McConnell

    • Use the languages you do use more productively. If you know how and why a language was designed, you can:

    o choose the best way of doing a given task

    o utilize some of its non-obvious powerful features

    o simulate useful (and powerful) features from other languages if your language lacks them

    o write elegant code

    o understand obscure features

    o understand weird error messages

    o understand and diagnose unexpected behavior

    o understand the performance implications of doing things a certain way

    o actually use a debugger effectively

    • Design your own language. There are many good reasons for creating new languages to solve problems (see this essay by Tom Van Cutsem). Even if you never create a complete language, you might need to write your own little language as part of a larger application, for example:

    o A query language for database access

    o A query language for a search engine

    o A calculator

    o A console interface to an adventure game

    • Encounter fascinating ways of programming you might never have imagined before. Experience the enlightenment of actually understanding pattern matching, type inference, closures, prototypes, introspection, instrumentation, just-in-time compilation, annotations, decorators, memoization, traits, streams, monads, actors, mailboxes, comprehensions, continuations, wildcards, regular expressions, proxies, and transactional memory.

    Social Benefits

    Studying programming languages may even enable you to:

    • Understand and participate in exciting academic and professional discussions, both at meetups and online.

    • Socialize with researchers in linguistics, programming languages, and people interested in communication.

    • Understand inside jokes, like this one, this one, and this one.

    • Gain a little fame, and perhaps make a difference in the world, with a programming language you design yourself.

    • Impress your friends with esoteric, geeky, fun, and sometimes arcane knowledge. Though try not to let any accumulated hipster cred to go your head like this person.

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