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    Re: How to start programming - guides and links for many languages

    [font size="10"]Bash[/font]

    [font size="8"]Why?[/font]

    This language is highly relative to Ubuntu. It can assist you in solving some of your own problems relating to Ubuntu or the shell. Simple language to learn. Good for beginners/NOOBS.

    [font size="8"]Tools[/font]

    You don't need any compilers or any additional software to learn/apply BASH. All you need is to open a terminal and begin scripting.

    [font size="8"]Links[/font]



    [font size="8"]Enjoy![/font]
    Last edited by pgar23; August 25th, 2007 at 04:46 AM.
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    Re: How to start programming - guides and links for many languages

    Quote Originally Posted by pgar23 View Post
    [h1]Bash[/h1]

    [h2]Why?[/h2]

    This language is highly relative to Ubuntu. It can assist you in solving some of your own problems relating to Ubuntu or the shell. Simple language to learn. Good for beginners/NOOBS.

    [h2]Tools[/h2]

    You don't need any compilers or any additional software to learn/apply BASH. All you need is to open a terminal and begin scripting.

    [h2]Links[/h2]

    [ul]
    Best = http://www.tldp.org/LDP/abs/html/index.html
    http://linuxcommand.org/
    http://www.gnu.org/software/bash/manual/bashref.html
    http://www.ss64.com/bash/
    http://linuxhelp.blogspot.com/2005/1...ash-shell.html
    [/ul]

    [h2]Enjoy![/h2]
    Hi pgar23. Those links are really usefull! Thanks!

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    Re: How to start programming - guides and links for many languages

    Hello 2 all!
    Where i can find Mono guides?
    Please give links.
    Sorry for my English

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    Re: How to start programming - guides and links for many languages

    whats a mono guide?
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    Re: How to start programming - guides and links for many languages

    mmm,for example stetic GUI guide for dummies,or programming with mono for dummies
    Please no C#,only MONO.
    Hello from Russia!
    Sorry for my bad English

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    Re: How to start programming - guides and links for many languages

    Quote Originally Posted by Marat Galiev View Post
    mmm,for example stetic GUI guide for dummies,or programming with mono for dummies
    Please no C#,only MONO.
    that would be great! I am learning C# but i can't find a book to learn ho to use stetic / monodevelop to build a simply GUI

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    Lightbulb Re: How to start programming - guides and links for many languages

    If you are interested in C Programming try these links -

    C Programming
    C Programming Reference

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    Re: How to start programming - guides and links for many languages

    http://iamar3d.com/

    Click the link that says "Video Lectures" and there's a series titled Intro to Programming with Python and Tkinter (free, of course)
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    Objective-C

    Objective-C

    Why?
    • Strict superset of C.
    • Object-Oriented.
    • Simple syntax - Mix of C and Smalltalk.
    • Message sending.
    • Functions and parameters are very readible.
    • Generally a very small learning curve if you know C.
    • gcc contains Objective-C compiler.
    • Can integrate with C++ (Objective-C++).
    • Objective-C 2.0 has garbage collection.


    Why not?
    • Most Objective-C frameworks/libraries are Mac only.
    • GNUStep support on Linux is somewhat limited, but getting better.
    • Not as popular as other languages.


    IDEs
    • Xcode - Mac only.
    • Many text editors support Objective-C syntax coloring and gcc can compile Obj-C.


    Useful links

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    Re: How to start programming - guides and links for many languages

    R

    R is a language and software for data analysis and graphics. It is an open source project with very active community and a huge amount of contributed extension packages. You can find a function for almost all purposes and if you can't you can always write your own! http://www.r-project.org

    Getting started:

    An introduction to R http://cran.r-project.org/doc/manuals/R-intro.pdf
    CRAN contributed documentation http://cran.r-project.org/other-docs.html
    QuickR http://www.statmethods.net/

    Other links:

    Creating R Packages: A Tutorial: http://epub.ub.uni-muenchen.de/6175/
    Sweave – Dynamic reports with R http://www.statistik.lmu.de/~leisch/Sweave/
    The R Inferno http://www.burns-stat.com/pages/Tutor/R_inferno.pdf
    http://www.programmingr.com/
    http://www.r-cookbook.com/
    R on twitter http://twitter.com/#search?q=%23rstats

    I'll add more later
    Last edited by ahmatti; November 3rd, 2009 at 07:21 AM.

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