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    Unhappy Help!

    Hi!

    I'm really interested in learning anything about coding/programming and other related things. My problem is that i don't know where to start...

    Some of you may tell me to search Google, or something like this. I tried google, asking friends... all I found was a C++ toutorial, but after reading introduction, I already knew that I was just wasting my time.

    Straight after writing this I'll look around this forum for any help, if someone can help me, please link me to any toutorials or guides.

    If my post is in a wrong section, please move it.

    -Mikomi2

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    Help

    Come on! Please some one help me!

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    Html

    What first sparked my interest in programming was when I learned HTML and was able to get immediate results with a language that was really forgiving in its syntax, had I jumped straight into any other language I probably would have given up. If your looking to do anything web-related like web applications, websites, etc HTML could be a good start. If your looking to program computer applications and software I would recommend starting with Python. In my opinion it is the most English-like when compared to Java or C++. Other good options are Objective-C (especially for iPhone and Mac OS development) and PHP (for web programming). Start with one and learn it well. If you want to go the web route [url]http://www.w*schools.com[/url] has great tutorials. If you are learning python or php use [url]http://www.python.org/doc[/url] and [url]http://www.php.net[/url] as a reference. With C++ I've always used a book with my classes but there are resources out there. I've used [url]http://www.cplusplus.com/doc/tutorial/[/url] before.
    KoreyIT
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    This is good work to convert from C to C++. C++ is often considered to be a superset of C. Most C code can easily be made to compile correctly in C++.
    Last edited by Ansari443; 10-27-2014 at 09:21 AM.

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