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Introducing programming in modern computers?

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It sort of depends upon what you call a programming language, but yes those operating systems do have scripting languages.


Windows has BATch programs that can run from the CMD prompt.


Also Excel also supports VBAscript.



Linux has its own shell like CMD, bash that supports some basic programming features (if then, loops, variables, etc). I believe it also has several preinstalled programming languages. (perl, python, ruby, awk, and sed)



Mac since OSX has many of the same ones.



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Just now, mr_me said:

Batch or shell scripts might not be the best way to learn programming.  Today people have a wide choice of free programming languages and development environments.  I keep seeing Python come up for beginners.

Has Python included and installed on computers?

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