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From: nion at gmx.net (Nico Golde)
Subject: programming

Hallo Patrick,

* Patrick Olsen <polsen@...tchestercapital.com> [2004-04-27 23:33]:
> I was wondering what the first and best language to learn would be for
> someone new in the security field in order to understand the exploits better
> and all of thoes things.

i think c is very good.
because i think if you youse a language without pointers or with a
garbage collection like java it can be very difficult to learn a
language with an not so easy buffer management.
regards nico
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