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    I applied to the course mentioned in the title. I got accepted by 2 of 5 universities atm and I am wondering what kind of informatics will I learn during my first year. Since in highschool I don't have informatics class, I want to get at least a basic knowledge of the code or program or whatever it is. As an answer I am hoping for something like this:
    "You will learn C++ but you have to achieve a medium level of pseudocode knowledge"
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    (Original post by dollyd2)
    I applied to the course mentioned in the title. I got accepted by 2 of 5 universities atm and I am wondering what kind of informatics will I learn during my first year. Since in highschool I don't have informatics class, I want to get at least a basic knowledge of the code or program or whatever it is. As an answer I am hoping for something like this:
    "You will learn C++ but you have to achieve a medium level of pseudocode knowledge"
    Thank you in advance!
    Yeah pretty much in electronics you will be learning and using c and c++ for the most part. C/C++ are probably one of the most difficult programming languages to learn, but that's good because later on other languages will seem easier. I will advice checking out a YouTube channel called thenewboston who does really good tutorials on pretty much every programming language.




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    Yeah pretty much in electronics you will be learning and using c and c++ for the most part. C/C++ are probably one of the most difficult programming languages to learn, but that's good because later on other languages will seem easier. I will advice checking out a YouTube channel called thenewboston who does really good tutorials on pretty much every programming language.




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