What would you say is the easiest programming language to use today?

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I'm wondering what is the easiest language to learn for object oriented programming?

Back in the day I learned the old languages basic, python, and even cobol. But those languages were mainly text based, at least how I was taught them in college.

I'm thinking there must be way easier languages these days.

Does anyone have any suggestions on a new language I might try?
 
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The first language I learned at college I think was called Q Basic, on old Unix terminals. I learned Python on there too.

Looks like I need to get back focusing on Python from the replies.
 
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I'm throwing something a big left field into the mix.

It's not a language I'd have ever picked up, I didn't enjoy working in it to begin with, but I've grown a huge appreciation for Delphi

It does OOP in a concise understandable way, it's easy and logical to work with, it's been around forever, more performant than C# or Java
That is a blast from the past. I forgot I had learned Pascal which seems to be what Delphi is based off.

I'll give it a look.
 
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