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#1 Jun 19 2004 at 4:46 AM Rating: Decent
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This is my first time on the ot forum so go easy please. The thing is I am interested in learning about computer programming but I have absoluly NO starting knowledge whatsoever. Can someone point me in the right direction in regards to books/programmes and what language is best. Thanks.
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#2 Jun 19 2004 at 5:07 AM Rating: Good
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I dunno, you could try this.

Are you in high school, or college? Obviously they should have courses available. If not, you can take night courses at a local community college.

Otherwise, download some basic compiler, like "Basic." Its syntax is pretty obvious, and will introduce you to standard programming features like if/then statements. When you get bored of it (which you will, quickly) move up to something more complex, like C++.

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#3 Jun 19 2004 at 9:53 AM Rating: Decent
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Get a cheap $100 computer and install Linux on it. Use the excellent free programming tools for Linux and buy a book. I'd start with c++ it's not very complex really. Learning SQL is probably a good idea as well. It depends greatly on what you want to do with the knowledge at the end of the day.

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