Java, Python, or C++?
MichelleA8 (2)

I'm just wondering what different people have to say, but I'm going to take a coding class in college next year. I have the option of taking Java, Python, or MS Visual C++ .NET. Which class should I take if I want to program certain things? (For example, "Take C++ if you want to program simulations, video games, and 3D software.")
I already have experience with C++ and Python by the way. Also, I'm taking a game programming with C++ class soon.

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ash15khng (393)

Java is pretty powerful, and can be used for lots of stuff like GUIs, apps, and web servers (I just googled this don't roast me if I'm wrong)
Python is pretty easy to read (print() makes way more sense than System.out.println();), and can also be used for a lot of stuff, including GUIs, games, data science stuff, web applications and more.
C++ is fast and has many uses, including Operating Systems (Windows, macOS and Linux are made in C++) and browsers. (I googled all this too)