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Where can i learn programming. I dont really know any at all but i am interested.
And where can i get a good free compiler?
Last edited by PC Eats Mac; 10-30-2010 at 11:16 PM.
you can look up vids on youtube
oh there might be a programming for dummys book?
idk i dont program
Well first you choose what language you want to learn. Lets say PHP, then you look what you need to setup, and begin learning PHP. After this you think of ideas of what you want to make. You start making what you want, but you have to think well what will be required for this to work? You then begin piece by piece finding what you need, and putting it together. After you finish your project, start working on others, it'll eventually stick in your memory, and you'll be able to do it non-stop. I honestly also would suggest learning PHP, or Java.AIM:Nigger - MSN:[email protected]
Transfer it to the cloud.
What about learning Visual Basic as it's relatively simple as the external look is made from tools provided and then you program what each of these items do. I learnt it at school and I have fun learning it, plus on the upside there is help and tut avaiable everywhere.
learned off this website called www.microsoft.com/C#/howto/retards/87%
>CANT EDIT SORRY FOR DOUBLE POST< the link dosnt work idk why tho sorry
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Many many different waysServer / Desktop / Mobile Device developer. I use a Mac . Typos are my speciality.
Taylor Gang or die.
Prison Break is the best TV show ever.
A formal learning environment such as College and University with a tutor who knows what they're talking about and can give you face-to-face help is always the best way imo. I've learnt a lot of what I know from college due to me not having as much of a motivation at home.
google homeandlearn thats what got me started off, its a good base especially if you keep up with the tuts at the same time. The best way is the way jordan said though.
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