Python or C++ For Beginners?

I’m going to high school next year and will be forced to use line code instead of block code. I’ve never line coded before and have used block coding for my middle school seasons.
Can someone give me ideas on if I should learn C++ or Python over the summer?

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Here, FTFY:

Sure, you can start here:

BeginnersGuide/NonProgrammers - Python Wiki

Then, continue to:

Confidently proceed to:

and, finally, by the end of the summer, improve your skills all the way to fearlessly read:


Thanks! I’ll be sure to check these out!

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I had another question. My cousin is learning how to program, so I asked her for some tips. She told me that Replit is a good way to learn and practice. Unfortunately, my school’s admin has this blocked, but I might be able to access it with a different account and device.
If anyone is familiar with Replit, would you recommend it for me and maybe give me a brief overview of what it is? I heard it’s an app that includes 70+ coding languages, but if anyone is familiar with it could you please give me an overview and if you would recommend it?

The best way to figure out what replit is is to go on the website. It’s free.

I suppose you are correct. Thank you!

Also Team 2775V? I have watched your YouTube videos! I’m from team 10001Z but my season ended and now I’m going to high school onto Team 9457X!

Yes, I’m the lead programmer for 2775V. Thanks for watching and best of luck in high school.

Thank you! I wish you the best of luck too!