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"I hadn't any idea about the vast application of programming language until I knew about it, joining online programming courses."

-- is it a correct sentence? I am especially worried whether I should use the comma before " joining online..." section.

I wanted to express in one sentence that I have learned about the vast application of programming language joining online programming courses and I had no prior idea about it.

May I also write in the following manner? -

"I hadn't any idea about the vast application of programming language until joining online programming courses, I knew about it."

  • I would like to know if my sentence grammatically correct? Along with that, I am confused how should I use the comma here. – Infinity Feb 14 at 7:47
  • Your second sentence sounds much better—except for the fact that it doesn't stop at programming courses. I would use it, but remove I knew about it altogether. – Jason Bassford Feb 15 at 4:30
  • @HankyPanky There's nothing at all wrong with I hadn't any idea. – Jason Bassford Feb 15 at 4:31

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