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I know there are hundreds of sites and books and things to learn all of this code but i would like to learn C++, Python, Pearl, HTML
i know ive been told to start with html b/c its the easiest to most people
I would like to learn from an actual person. Sure you can reference me to a site or 2 for reference but i would like to be able to ask 1001 questions and you not to think of me like,
"oh fuck, this asshole is asking ANOTHER FUCKING QUESTION?!?!?!"


if you want to know my background knowledge of coding
1) new notepad
2) SHUTDOWN /r /t -0
3) Ctrl+S
4) all files
5) label "restart.bat"

and then for my next trick.....

1) Windows Key + R
2) type "cmd"
3) enter
4) type "color 5b"
5) woooo its shiny

...thats about it.

and my father is THE "I.T." person for several companies
i can edit sourcemods but so can 3rd graders who know basic 1-10 numbers.

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7sebs7, I have experience as a front-end and back-end web developer, I also have a lot of experience in Linux/Unix if you would like help with any of those :) You can add me on steam https://steamcommuni...m/id/RuthlessF/

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The only language I'd feel comfortable with teaching is sourcemod (sourcepawn)
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View Postmegan, on January 29 2015 - 01:32 PM, said:

To be honest go ask everyone on jb who plays constantly erryone loves me i've never heard of no weeman and i never see any councils but burnt

Bunbun said:

Everyone always asks me for stuff, but when I ask for nudes everyones like "noooooo im only 13"

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Dont mean to leech off your post! But im really into coding and how it works ETC. and was wondering if we could all like skype or TS or something and i could tag along on this learning journey!! :) if not that is totally fine just wanted to learn how to code some cool things :)

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The only code language I like is LUA. Made a functional calculator for parabolas. Spent around 5 days coding it.

Edited by Mango Pervdragon, August 13 2016 - 07:19 PM.

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Depending on how motivated you are, I would recommend you to choose between two languages to start with. If you want to learn a complete cross-platform OOP language there is Python that you can explore. Because of its syntax, Python is a relatively easy language to begin with and it will teach you the basics of OOP. If you want to learn the hard way you can start with C++. After mastering C++, you will be able to easily learn any other OOP language (Java and C# to name the most popular ones).

To learn a language, find yourself a project that motivates you and learn the language through its development. And btw HTML is not a programming language. It’s just a markup language. If you want to learn web stuff, learn Javascript and HTML will be its complement.

If Google/StackOverflow do not answer any of your questions you can ask it to me and I'll try to answer you the best I can.

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Contrary to above, my opinion to start an OOP language would be to choose Java, just because it scales well with a lot of programs and it is very practical and even used very much to this day. Although I'm not disagreeing with above, I do believe Python is a great language to learn due to the nature of the syntax. And if you want to advance yourself even more, I would suggest C as it probably will be the closest you will get to a low level programming language, and will learn a lot about coding through that.

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View PostGabil, on August 13 2016 - 10:55 PM, said:

To learn a language, find yourself a project that motivates you and learn the language through its development. And btw HTML is not a programming language. It’s just a markup language. If you want to learn web stuff, learn Javascript and HTML will be its complement.
That's the biggest pointer i can give anyone here.

View PostPurple ☭LCM☭, on August 13 2016 - 02:52 PM, said:

was wondering if we could all like skype or TS or something and i could tag along on this learning journey!!
I'd be in on this team win thing.

I chose java because it is multi-platform. C++ would have been next choice followed by lua then python.

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View PostTimeSlayer, on August 14 2016 - 02:12 AM, said:

I'd be in on this team win thing.

I would love to start up a group where we could all learn off one another. I can be reached in a multitude of way's if need be the one I check most is my email rfoster (at) robert-foster (dot) com which you can feel free to message me at anytime.

View PostGabil, on August 13 2016 - 10:55 PM, said:

To learn a language, find yourself a project that motivates you and learn the language through its development. And btw HTML is not a programming language. It’s just a markup language. If you want to learn web stuff, learn Javascript and HTML will be its complement.

You are entirely correct that HTML is not a programing language, however it is entirely prevalent in out current society and has a multitude of actual programming languages which help make it more suitable Python, Javacript, PHP (HHVM/HACK if you're so inclined to use the modifications Facebook has made).

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View PostMango Pervdragon, on August 13 2016 - 07:18 PM, said:

Made a functional calculator for parabolas.
Dude... I'm in pre-calc right now.
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I need to learn more in depth coding. Planning on probably learning source mod when homework load lightens.
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You mean sourcepawn?

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I have pretty extensive experience in JAVA, C++, C#, .NET languages, RoR, HTML, PHP, and automation (batch, PowerShell, BASH, etc) Honestly, I'm not sure how someone could "tag along" in programming. I've found even peer programming to be a difficult way to learn (programming in pairs, sitting next to eachother) Most of my learning has been done through a combination of trail and error, research, and thinking through logic. It is hard to teach the logic behind something except on a basic level, the rest you have to learn to wrap your head around. It is possible to teach the ideas behind a language, the structure, etc, which may be a good place to start, but without feeling your way through real projects, it is hard to just hand you code and expect you to understand it.
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I agree with Mason, trying to learn programming from an experienced programmer will just leave you confused (and reliant on that person). Watch some tutorials, do some code academy to learn the basics - then move onto projects and just use stackoverflow to figure out issues.





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