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f1r3w4ll tr0j4n
Posted: Jun 15 2008, 05:30 PM


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Can anyone submit me a list of languages to learn with links were to learn them from please as i really want to learn how to program. Thankyou

Would be much aprreciated if you could do this.


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narada
Posted: Jun 15 2008, 05:34 PM


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Any particular language you're interested in or a certain are of things that you'd like to do with your programming, or just list thousands of [probably redundant] programming websites?


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f1r3w4ll tr0j4n
Posted: Jun 15 2008, 05:36 PM


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Well im looking to learn languages which i can:

- Make a game with
- Make programs such as a port scanner so i can hack via them
- A language which i can code a virtual web broswer of my own in



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joeythepirate
Posted: Jun 15 2008, 08:16 PM


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1. C

2. C

3. C

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lulz, seriously speaking though, really any language you choose is powerful enough to do what you want if you know how to use it properly. As far as my suggestions.

1. Java: Object-Oriented aspect along with preincluded graphics library and web browser captibilty make it useful for designing games

2. C: When you start messing around with low-level system stuff, you will always want to use at least C, for its speed and efficiency

3. C++: Object-oriented aspects will allow you to keep track of your GUI, while still maintaining the functionality of C.
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narada
Posted: Jun 15 2008, 08:17 PM


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f1r3w4ll tr0j4n
Posted: Jun 16 2008, 03:07 PM


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Thanks Guys. Thats a big help for me happy.gif


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