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Re: which blend caters to TaL computer programming? . . .

Albretch Mueller <lbrtchx@gmail.com> writes:

>  I have a group of kids that are very good in Math and they want to
> learn some actual programming
>  My approach is to introduce them to the basics of coding using ANSI
> C, C++ and java (so they learn what pointers are about, how patterns
> are coded in different languages, ...)
>  Is there a blend with those ANSI C, C++ and java as well as eclipse
> installed, so that they can use it from a DVD Debian live version?
>  lbrtchx

I would strongly suggest starting them in a more beginner-friendly
language, like Python.

Another option if you have the budget would be Mathematica -- that would
go from math concepts straight to programming.

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