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

    Just reply the mean of the title , if you have not programming experience, you can select one programming book, lay the foundation.

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

    Google's programming language - Golang

    Official website: Golang.org
    Golang @ Wikipedia: Go programming language
    How to - Install: Installation
    Tutorial: Golang tutorial
    Official Golang mail group: Golang-nuts
    Unofficial Golang resources: Golang @ Cat-v.org
    IRC: #go-nuts on irc.freenode.net
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    Vala programing language

    Vala is a new programming language that aims to bring modern programming language features to GNOME developers without imposing any additional runtime requirements and without using a different ABI compared to applications and libraries written in C.

    Homepage:
    http://live.gnome.org/Vala

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

    Objective-C

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    Posting code? Use the [code] or [php] tags.
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    Thanks.. Your thread helped me a lot in learning.
    especially the link for cheatsheet by "finer recliner" was awesome.

    Thanks.

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    Visual Basic 6 is the most popular programming language . The online tutorial lets you master Visual Basic 6. You can create your own computer programs after following the lessons.

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

    Is there a site that has a list of open source programs and what programing language they are coded in? So that someone can browse a list of C coded programs to see if the program source code is something they want to view and learn from since they just learned the basics of C and want to see it in real use(but based on program type)?
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    Re: How to start programming - guides and links for many languages

    ECMAScript/Javascript
    A functional/prototypal language used in dynamic web pages, flash (actionscript) and GNOME 3. It can be used to create GNOME applications through Gjs or seed
    Why?
    • It is a dynamic language with support for dynamic arrays, objects, lambda calculus/closures and regexps
    • It uses an elegant prototypal object oriented approach that is more intuitive than the traditional class based approach
    • It is relatively easy to learn
    • It is used a lot in up coming technologies eg. GNOME 3 and HTML5

    Why Not?
    • It is a young language and therefore has a number of inconsistencies
    • There are a wide number of implementations that are not all compatable with each other
    • The GNOME projects are new and lack documentation
    • It has a misleading name (javascript) - javascript has little to do with java.

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    DMedia - Distributed Media Library
    LaVida - A simulation game for Linux
    AskUbuntu

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

    BASH
    http://mywiki.wooledge.org/BashGuide
    http://wiki.bash-hackers.org/doku.php
    http://mywiki.wooledge.org/BashFAQ

    What NOT to read
    The Advanced Bash-Scripting Guide
    «The infamous "Advanced" Bash Scripting Guide should be avoided unless you know how to filter out the junk. It will teach you to write bugs, not scripts. In that light, the BashGuide was written: http://mywiki.wooledge.org/BashGuide»
    Google
    «Google is NOT a preferred source for learning bash, because 90% of the "tutorials" and scripts out there are JUNK.»

    The above two quotes are from #bash at irc.freenode.net

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    PHP Tutorial - for real beginners

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