When I first saw this question on Quora, there were already 47 answers, pretty much all of them wrong. But the number of different answers tells you something: choice of programming language is more of a religious question than a technical one. The fact is that if you want to be a professional programmer, you should learn both—and at the same time.
When we teach programming, we always teach at least two languages at the same time, in parallel. Assignments must be done in both (or more) languages, submitted along with a short essay on why the solutions are different, and why the same. That’s the way to develop some wisdom and maturity in the coding part of your professional work.
Some of the respondents asserted that programming languages are tools. If that’s an appropriate metaphor, then how would you answer this question of a wannabe carpenter:
"Should I learn saws or screwdrivers?"
Do you think someone could be a top-flight carpenter knowing only one?
So, stay out of this quasi-religious controversy, which can never be settled. Instead, spend your valuable time learning as many different programming languages as possible, at least 5 or 6. You won’t necessarily use all of them, but knowing their different approaches will put you far above those dullards who say:
“I only know Language X, but it I still think it’s the best language in the world.”