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    Question Programing Languages

    I'm a complete newbie..not a lamer, a newbie. I've been doing my homework
    and was wondering what was the most easy or most comprehensible language to learn.

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    Java shouldnt be so hard to learn. It was proactive who posted this thread a couple of days ago. Its a great and easy way of learning the basics.
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    By far one of the easiest IMO is HTML. As far as middle of the road and more usefull down the road I have found that C and/or C++ are easy compared to others and will have more of a benifitt for you later on. Not Vicual Basic, but VB Scripting or Java Scripting are handy as well. For the long term though I would go with the C launguages.

    Here are some links for you:

    http://www.cyberdiem.com/vin/learn.html
    Many links to documents on C++.

    http://www.freewarehome.com/Programming/Tutors_t.html
    A few tutorials on various programing lang. As well, a number of freeware programs to get you started.

    http://www.glenmccl.com/tutor.htm
    Good reference material for C++.

    http://www.121-java-script-tutorials.com/
    A good place to start for Java Script.

    http://www.codebeach.com/index.asp?T...&CategoryID=11
    Links to VB Help.

    I hope this helps you. Just browse and decide for yourself what you like and have at it.
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    Hmm, you might wanna be a little more specific about your goals squall75.
    Do you want to make little program, scipts or homepages?
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    well for me the easiest one was HTML.. then next would be Visual Basic.. then im now curretly playing around with C++... hehehe

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    IMO apart from the online information your can find i found a good range of books to get started with is from a publisher called sams they do a teach yourself in 24 hours/21 days range of books. Im currenty starting C++ with their teach yourself C++ in 21 days, IMO they are a good easy read and a nice why to start and they are broken down into sections nicely. They cover a large range of computer topics outside of programing as well. Also if you like me and travel alot they are not too bad to put in a bag and have a read when you havent got computer access. Hope that helps as not directly realated to your question but im a newbi too perhaps a little too new but new none the less.
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    hehe oh yeah, thanks for reminding me Kindred69, i also read a tutorial online its for C++..
    the url is :http://www.intap.net/~drw/cpp/
    its a really good tutorial.. i have read the Teach Yourself C++ In 21 Days but i find the Online C++ Tutorial more easier to understand.. but it all depends on us.. some find the 21 days easier some dont.. so yeah.. hehe ur choice really.. and ermm for HTML tutorials you can find HEAPS if u go and search for em in google.com and i think Visual Basic also have some..

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    IMHO Its impossible to learn any programming language in 21 days or 24 hours or whatever the book says.... I think you should start out with a language thats not so hard..... Just go to http://code.box.sk/ and check out the programming languages they have there (look under the pull-down menu)

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    Hello Squal75!

    Good day to you! Aside from the good post from the others. I advised you to check this site: www. programmersheaven.com. It has a good archive of tutorials as well as a page containing related links. By doing so, you can have an overview of the different programming languages . That can help you decide as to which path to take.


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    Thanx alot to everyone who to the time to help me out. I truely appriate it!
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