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Which of these do you think is considered the hardest programming language to master?

Is this question grammatically correct, Is there more simple ways to ask it?

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Yes, your sentence is grammatically absolutely fine. If by a simpler way to ask that question you mean fewer words, then get rid of the word considered, make programming language plural and move it to the beginning of the sentence:

Which of these programming languages do you think is the hardest to master?

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