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allan nathan
2012-01-21 12:54:56

Really like QS and think it is an excellent program.As a non programmer,I am now contemplating diving into and hoping to learn a programming language.
It apears Jscript and C# are the two options available for QS.

I am only interested in learning a language for the sole purpose of writing code in QS.Any thoughts as to which would be an "easier" language to pick up?
And insight appreciated



p.s. i dont want the be "penny wise,dollar foolish" either

2012-01-21 13:53:44


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I personally think you should go with C#, as there are much more documentation for CSharp and all the examples we provide here are in C#

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