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    I'm confussed

    I don't know how start programming and which language is easy

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    Basic

    and start reading on programming websites,

    d/l some source and learn from other ppls source
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    Pick a language and start reading:

    http://blacksun.box.sk/books/format....programing.htm

    Here is a good start, as well as the numerous tut's in previous pages
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    I'd say you should try Pascal or C to begin with.
    Pascal ain't used much (or at all) anymore but it is a very easy language that introduces many concepts used in other languages.
    Try a programmers heaven for any info you need.

    Also here is IMHO a very good introductary C tutorial.
    If you don\'t learn the rules nobody can accuse of cheating.

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    Wow, this question was asked twice in one day.....

    As I said last time, search our forums. This has been discussed many times before.
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    Got to download.com or tucows.com, and do a search for C,
    there is a free C Ebook that you can download.

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    if you are really new to programming you might want to start with HTML.
    though it is not a programming language bu a markup languague, it is fun to learn and will help you get started thinkin like programmers think

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    cheers

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    English is always a good language to start with...

    Anyway. C or C++ are usualy a good start. Python seems to be fun so far. I just staarted messing with it.
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