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    What's the most popular web programming language?

    It's hard to gauge what's considered “most popular”, because that depends on which circles you move in. However, I'll list some common ones, and leave you to pick one.

    “Web programming” is very broad: you can be writing code for client-side web applications (such as Java applets, Flash, Ajax components, etc.), or server-side web applications (incorporating business logic for web ***********s, usually via a framework; see below).

    So, in order to answer your question, you need to decide which sphere of the web programming world you wish to play in.

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    Learn C and C++ first. C and C++ are cornerstone languages - any real programmer knows these languages. If you can understand C++, you can understand most any programming language because most languages are extremely similar to C++. C++ is also the most widely used programming language.

    C++ is an offline programming language. It is not intended to create web-based applications. Other offline, popular programming languages include Perl, Python, C# and many others. There are languages designed for web-based applications and website creation. These languages include Java, HTML, XHTML, ASP and many others. As these are for web-based applications, there are languages designed for web-based database control and information management. These language include SQL, PHP and others.

    In short, start with C/C++ and see whether you're more interested in online programming or offline programming and go from there.
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    It really depends on your goals. A smart thing for a developer to do is to chose the right tool for the task. Here is a list on which programming language is more popular in a particular area and why:

    Assembly language - Languages that fall under this category are very specific in their nature. First, they are specific to a CPU architecture (x86 has one, ARM has one, etc.). Their goal is to give programmers as much control over hardware as possible. Although it might be invisible to the programmer, all compilers for other languages do is translate the code you write into assembly language. Unfortunately, they don't do a very good job. Handwritten assembly code is usually much better. However, it is also much easier to write bugs and much harder to understand and use properly. That's why assembly should only be used in one of the following circumstance: performance is critical, the code must be compact in order to use up only a small amount of memory, or the thing you are trying to achieve is impossible in any other language because it uses CPU architecture-specific stuff.
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    As others have said, Python and Ruby are also deserving of attention; these languages are not so tightly focused on web development. Ruby is my “swiss army knife” scripting language: I use it to write quick-and-dirty Cron jobs and throwaway scripts, as an alternative to “bash” scripting, etc. I have never developed a website using RoR, but Ruby is very valuable to me. “Programming Ruby: The Pragmatic Programmer’s Guide” by Dave Thomas/Chad Fowler/Andy Hunt is one of the best books for learning any programming language.
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    It's hard to gauge what's considered “most popular”, because that depends on which circles you move in. However, I'll list some common ones, and leave you to pick one. “Web programming” is very broad: you can be writing code for client-side web applications (such as Java applets, Flash, Ajax components, etc.), or server-side web applications (incorporating business logic for web ***********s, usually via a framework; see below). So, in order to answer your question, you need to decide which sphere of the web programming world you wish to play in. After you've decided, here are a few choices of languages.
    Java applets: Usually written in Java; can also be written in JavaScript (via scriptlets [*]).
    Flash applets: ActionScript.
    Ajax components: JavaScript (by definition).

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    these days PHP is the best programming and user frndly language to use for websites
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