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    Free Online Programming Tutorials - Many Languages

    I was looking for some vb.net code and came across this site. It didn't have what I needed but did seem to have a lot of good information!

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    Nice find. My personal favorites are Planet Source Code
    (Tutorials and alot of raw code for:

    Visual Basic
    Java/Javascript
    C/C++
    ASP
    SQL
    Perl
    Delphi
    PHP
    Cold Fusion
    .Net
    LISP)

    and a good starting point for C++ is Cprogramming.com (thanks to someone on these forums - I don't remember who, sorry)
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    Hrmm.. no C tutorials??
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    Yeah, Planet Source Code, devX, and The Code Project are my favorites. I've been using Planet Source Code for about three years...but I usually have much better luck finding the things I need there if I'm looking for C++ code. I have yet to find a great place for vb.net.


    I didn't know you liked C, Ms.M.

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    Ya.. I've been trying to teach myself C on and off for a year or two now... I can do simplistic stuff but I need to spend more time on it. I did recently come across a C book written by an author who also wrote a great book on PHP (and I had picked up PHP easy as pie as a result). So I'm rather enthused again.
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