Re: Noob looking for help!!!!
haha you can never have enough tf2!!!!! and i'd recommend starting with either python or visual basic to get the hang of things, then move onto c++ or java, or php depending on what you wanna program. games are done mostly in c++, java and php are more internet based programming languages, and then mysql for databases and such. I'd toy around with VB and python get the hang of it and then move up from there to a more complex language.
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