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If you want to teach someone the very basics of computer programming, then JavaScript might be a good place to start. - The syntax is flexible and uses only a handful of keywords, plus functions and objects. - The language includes standard control flow structures (if/else, while, do, switch, throw). - A beginning programmer would also have an easier time understanding a number of other popular languages, including Java, C#, and C++. - JavaScript runtimes are ubiquitous.

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