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    Thumbs up New Programming Language for Newbies

    Hey, all! I just thought that I would let you know of a simple programming language for newbies. I read about it from lockergnome .... www.lockergnome.com and decided I would give it a whirl as I have always wanted to learn programming skills. You can find this program at www.leopardprogramming.com .

    NOTE: This is not for advanced programmers, or even moderate programmers. The purpose of this language is to encourage people to learn the basics of programming. I would recommend it for anyone who wants to start programming, but dont want the headache of trying to figure out the thick C++ manuals right off the bat ;-)


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    Well thanks for the links. I'm already well into "C/C++" But hey I love to look at that stuff so I'm downloading it right now!

    Good Day

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    Interesting.... once agian a language where the whole thing seems alot like pascal or basic only everything is very very very simple almost to a point where no skill at all is needed. I predict in the near future there will be more & more programing job cuts in the U.S. esspecially with over-seas training on the rise and also considering how dumbed-down programing has become over the years.
    ya,

    i agree totaly with the "no skill" and "job cut" portion the most.

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    Humm I've been quoted.

    Well for the most part atleast it can still slightly teach peaple how to think logicly. Thats a really important first step for peaple who know nothing about programing.

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    Thanks for the link, I have been really wanting to learn a language, and this really seems to be a very helpful link.

    Thanks again

    Boogymantroy

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    While I am already programming in other, more-advanced languages myself, this language might come in handy for small-time calculations or quickly-made programs. I'm gonna download this and try it out... this 17-year-old Brandon really is on the right track to success, eh? Thanks for the link man, and I reposted this message on CyberArmy with credits to this thread, btw.

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    Thumbs down Newbies dont waste your time !!

    Better to not to waste your time with unfamaus langs.If you are a newbie try VB out first and then go into C++ . Dont waste your time if you wanna be a good programmer

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    Better to not to waste your time with unfamaus langs.If you are a newbie try VB out first and then go into C++ . Dont waste your time if you wanna be a good programmer
    Everybody has there own way of learning.

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    I believe that becoming a good programmer has more to do with learning the concepts behind the language and good programming/design practice than the language itself.
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