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    Start with something simple like Visual Basic. That will allow you to come to grasp with elementary things like variables, conditional statements and loops..
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    Hmm i guesss i take your advice

    But there is a small question again for you

    what are the function and uses of the following .nets

    VB.NET
    ASP.NET
    .NET
    etc

    please quote if u like the question

    as uptill now you must be knowing that i m novice in the knowledge of programming

    Thanks and regards
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    I'd recommend starting off with an easy language (yet useful and respected) like Python or Ruby. Once you've got the feel of it, move on to more advanced languages like C/C++,Java etc. For starters, try out Ruby online ( http://tryruby.hobix.com ). I'm sure you'll have fun :-D

    Ruby - http://www.ruby-lang.org/en

    Python - http://www.python.org
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    I say jump right in! go out and by a good Java programming book, download Java and go for it... I like Java, because it uses both compilers and interpreters to debug your program...

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    Hi Guyz

    Thx for beautiful suggestions

    But my Motto is to learn JAVA / C / C++

    but for starting those i need to know the basic programs to get a faster learning in higher and complicated programming

    and for that as Sir Dice has adviced to learn VB.NET and then start with C / C++ and then JAVA

    is the actual way to learn or there can be a better way out of that??
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    The actual way to learn is by starting to play with it

    Don't expect to master any of it within a month or so.. It'll take time..

    I know.. I've started with basic about 20 years ago.. Moved to Pascal and then C.. And I'm still learning to this day
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    It is going to take time obiviously

    i m ready to give time to finish the whole part of it

    then move on to other

    never mind with the time
    coming to software programming we need to learn for life
    what so ever is the condition

    So Visual Basic 2008 Express Edition would be good to start and i have already download that from microsoft website

    any book which wouldbe compactible with VB 2008 Express Edition
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    So my 2 cents for what they are worth.

    Python is one of the best starting languages out there, its very simple and it forces you to use good practices. If you are dedicated you could learn it really fast (I learned most of it in a week or two when i was 14).

    Java is the next step up. Its a much more powerful language and it has a lot more support and its only a bit harder (I learned it last week, 1 week total, but i know 5 languages now so...)

    Granted im talking syntax and basic concepts like objects and data structures and conditions. OOP design and implementation takes practice, patience, and curiosity as everyone else before me has said.

    So if your looking to go with Java C++ and C, from personal experience Java is the best starting spot. If you're looking for a development platform, Fedora Core has a version of Eclipse development suite specifically modded for Java thats pretty hot and very nice, dunno what windows or mac offers.

    again, just my 2 cents from 4 years of programming
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