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Old August 26th, 2006, 07:14 AM
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hello ,

iam a new student in programming field , but i need an advice to reach the right way.

which lang that i should start with? c++,c#,vb,vb.net.......

give me like a map to study programming languages , i mean which first lang i should study and then which second and the third ............

the last thing tell me books name i should buy from the site step by step in each level

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hi ur welcome in world of prgmng. U can go in two direction either application development or system software development. But it’s depending on Ur taste, Ur knowledge and lot more……..


Evan I don’t know what r u doing ……..

If studying then in which standard and with which subject……..


If u tells me that then I can tell u more about these things



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hello friend

thank you alot for your reply

iam student in forth year in computer programming univercity , but our univercity dont give us all what we need.
i take first steps in vb6 and c++ and programing skeleton and some of other cumputer information , so i havent many information about programing just first steps . so i read many computer books like network and servers and other but now i like to be more good in programming so i ask about the way .any other information you nead ? can you help me?
tell me please if you need any other informaion about me?
what are the two directions?i mean explain them littel

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Ok nice to see Ur approach towards programming. This world is very broad so, u can go do lot of here. As I told u here r two main classifications one is system programming and other application programming.

In system u has to write software which is near to hardware and mission critical. Like software for launching of space ship, control of nuclear power plants machines ,OS kernel or System device driver etc.

in application u have to develop software for application like bank management, online air ticket booking, for retail shop inventory or like media player, chat application etc


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The different type of project need different programming language, like 4 system we prefer C/C++ and application we can go 4 .net or java.

Now tell me what u likes and where u likes to go. U can ask me more about these but before pls tell me where do u live and what subject u studied in Ur course...


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hello shivanshub
i was waiting your reply

i think i will choose system way becouse i think its field is bigger that the application way ,

but please explane the two way to me and explane more in the system way becouse it will be my way so give me all what i need in it .

i live in alexandria (egypt)and i studed first steps in vb6 and c++ becouse we take another subjects like law and counting .

i hope you can help me shivanshub
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Hi ,alsafwa
    It doesnt Matter What language u study.It Almost Like a human Language.If u know one,its simple to learn others.Better Start With Learning OOPs concepts well.Then U may choose to learn c#.The Simple Reason is it easy to learn and its possible to write All kinds of programs like console ,WEB ,Windows till Web Services.If u wish then u can easily migrate to other languages like c++ or java.Because not only syntax between them is almost same,But there are lot learning tools to assist the migration between these languages.

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hi dear . sry 4 late reply i wasout of town.


i am agree with Sriramkrishna u can better start with with OOPS.

and pls reply what u think and want to do........

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hello SriRamaKrishna ,shivanshub

thank you for your reply

but i dont understand the meaning of "oops"

can you tell me books name to read it

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OOP is an acryonym for Object-oriented programming [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Object_...d_Programming].
You may also want to look into Object oriented design [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Object_oriented_design].

I would start with C++, while reading Code Complete 2nd Edition by Steve McConnell [http://www.amazon.com/Code-Complete-...p/0735619670/].

- Adam Kahtava [http://adam.kahtava.com]
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