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I was wondering if there are any adjective for the following:

"full of resource that I can refer from"

example conversation:

Person A: I'm not sure which computer language I should start learning. What do you think? A or B?

Person B: You should go with B. Because B is more xxxxful.

(= B language has much more resouces/references that you can learn from)

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    Not sure what you mean by "full of resource"... rich? complex? more classes available? more widely used? – DrMoishe Pippik Feb 18 at 2:18
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    more references available, more documents available, more books available, more experts exist around you so that you can just ask around – RNA Feb 18 at 8:17
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    Perhaps popular, widely used, prominent, conventional, accepted. E.G., Rather than using Forth, you'd find C++ more conventional and popular. – DrMoishe Pippik Feb 18 at 20:00
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Person A: I'm not sure which computer language I should start learning. What do you think? A or B?

Person B: You should go with B, because there is a larger body of literature dedicated to it. Because there are more instructional resources associated with it. Because it has a richer online expert community that you can turn to for help.

Another possible option is well-documented, but that would not include web forums and Q&A communities.

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accessible

I would say accessible, because accessible means you can easily learn it or get help for it. Something that is accessible is within reach and therefore there are probably a lot of resources for it.

Definition: accessible

You can also say that the resources themselves are readily accessible, but the meaning is still pretty much the same.

  • the question is not about being easy... – virolino Feb 19 at 6:23
  • Can I say like accessible resources? > You should go with B. Because B has more accessible resources – RNA Feb 19 at 7:36

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