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I personally don't really consider HTML a programming language. Just some tags you put around text to format it.
I suggest starting with Java or C. Java because it is not that hard to get into, a good tutorial about OOP should get you started pretty quickly. C is good because most of the other commonly used languages (C++, java, C#) are based on it. C is also easier then C++ afaik.

So it seems the consensus is to begin with Java or C, and from what I understand, C will give me more background knowledge than Java, so I'm thinking I'll begin there. This way I can start with C, then C# and C++ if all goes well!
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http://www.ajibanda.com/
http://www.codecademy.com
Liked the idea of codeacademy smile.gif

Codeacademy is really cool, thanks for that DiNet!
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The good thing about C# is that while you're learning it, you're learning Java at the same time...true parallel processing! tongue.gif
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