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FastENUF
09-25-01, 11:44 PM
are there any progs out there that have tuttorials on programing??? or are there any progs taht will help u with it???

SRF01
09-26-01, 05:41 AM
Hey there FastENUF

There are lots of sites that have little tuts I have a bunch bookmarked at home that I'll post later. But if you are totally new to programming I suggest you pick up a Dummies book to get you started. They are very good for the basics. and get you started quickly.

You can also do a search on google.com for some tutorials.

Good luck.

FastENUF
09-26-01, 02:31 PM
thanks that would be awsome if you could post the links you have, it would be very helpfull.
thanks.
Eric

SRF01
09-27-01, 03:09 AM
Sorry I forgot to ask...
What programming languages did you want to look at?
C++, VB, Java, flash etc.

SRF01
09-27-01, 03:38 AM
Almost everything
http://devcentral.iftech.com/learning/tutorials/

Flash
http://www.actionscripts.org/tutorials.shtml
http://www.flashkit.com/tutorials/index.shtml
http://www.virtual-fx.net/tutorials/index.php
http://www.flashplanet.com/
http://www.webdeveloper.com/

Java and Javascript
http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/
http://javascript.internet.com/
http://webdeveloper.earthweb.com/webjs/

C++
http://www.cprogramming.com/tutorial.html
http://www.programmingtutorials.com/main.asp


Like I said I have more at home so i'll post them as well. But this should get you started.

FastENUF
09-29-01, 01:27 PM
where can i get a compiler???

Tryn
09-29-01, 02:28 PM
Here is a list of some Compilers I have not Tried any of them http://www.idiom.com/free-compilers/ http://www.borland.com/bcppbuilder/freecompiler/

Hope this helps




Tryn

FastENUF
09-29-01, 06:21 PM
k, well i am having a bit of a prob. i am a hardcore newbie to the programing ****, and i dont know what i need to to to et a comipler, will some one help me out, i am totally confused

SRF01
10-01-01, 11:46 AM
First off, which programming language do you want to use. EG. Visual Basic, C++, Visual C++, Assembly, Cobol etc.

After you decide which you'd like to try first then we can suggest a compiler and give some tips on how to use it and suggest some more sites and books to get you started.

FastENUF
10-03-01, 02:57 PM
i wanna learn C++, so what do i need to get to learn it??? i am having a hard time getting a compiler because i dont know what i have to DL.

Stu
10-04-01, 12:08 AM
Assuming you're looking for a free ANSI/ISO compiler, there are a couple of options--all of which are command line compilers. You're two best bets are the GNU Compiler Collection (gcc) which you can download at http://gcc.gnu.org/ (or http://sources.redhat.com/cygwin/ for the Windows version), or you could use Borland's free C++ Builder which you can get at http://www.borland.com/bcppbuilder/freecompiler/. Either one will be fine.

As for learning C++, I'd get a book or two. C++ Primer by Lippman & Lajoie is probably one of the better ones to start with. AS for learning it online, there are many sites that have tutorials (go to http://www.google.com (http://www.google.com/) and do a search on c++ and tutorial, and you'll see what I mean). I've seen two that are fairly good for beginners, they are located at http://www.cplusplus.com/doc/tutorial/ and http://www.cprogramming.com/tutorial.html (which was mentioned in a post above).