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Old January 29th, 2007, 06:40 PM
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Default I still do not understand

Programing seems difficult and I cannot know how to do it properly so why do I think it is difficult?

One day I shall be good at doing things if you can show me a good place to start.


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Old January 30th, 2007, 02:48 PM
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Yeah, its difficult starting for sure. I suggest starting with a scripting language like classic ASP or Perl, take a couple of classes, start with the simple stuff and then work on the more complicated. Then, it will be easier for you to understand object oriented programming like .NET.

There are tutorials all over the net for almost any language there is.

Good luck. Have fun.


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Agreed. ASP is a fairly simple language to learn and it is less technical, so to speak, them OOP
(Object Oriented Programming).

The thing with programming, especially when starting out, is to not let it get to you. You, invariably, are going to run into an error that you can not figure out or the code just isn't "doing" what you need it to do. Happens to everyone. Just go with it. Read. Recode. Read. Recode. Post on a forum. Read some more.

Reading is invaluable no matter how dry the subject matter (A book on Begining Regular Expressions is very dry subject matter (to me anyway) but the knowledge contained within it is invaluable.)

The community here is pretty active, regardless of the language you choose, there is always someone around to help. I for one troll these forums as well as the SQL/VB/C# forums. So go to it, HAVE FUN, and if you need help post it here. ^^

Lots of luck.

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