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Posted on 2003-12-02
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Where can i learn to program on the internet. A quick lesson or a book. It will be great if it is in danish!
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by:mlmcc
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Are you wanting to learn the basics of programming or a specific language?

I would recommend you learn to problem solve and design programs first rather than a specific language.

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you can start out with books from www.oreilly.com or www.bookpool.com to help out your pocket book.  

I would recomend that you stick with the "programming with.." type book titles as they will tend to me instructive in your early programing days.

I found several "head first..." titled books to be very instructive.

at this point, I would stay away from the "... in a nutshell" titles since they tend to expect that you have a familiarity with the environment.

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by:override_y2k
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For java programming, the best on the web is probably

www.java.sun.com

Go to their tutorial section.Really good for beginners!
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another place would be www.javaranch.com

I would wholeheartedly recommend that you learn something like java / C# as programming languages due to the similarities.

As discussed earlier, you should first start out with a general all purpose book on programing,  I have a list on www.victor.esquivel.com that I have given to my students over the last few semesters.  This list is growing.

See the tab, College of the Mainland.

Victor

p.s.  Good luck, and glad to have you aboard in this crazy industry.
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by:chriller91
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What about Turbo Pascal 7,0?
Is there any sites for this "language"
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http://www.devq.net/pascal/

This is a good start.It ahs links to several sites where you can do tutorials.

Also try:

www.programmershelp.co.uk/pascaltutorials.php 
www.webwareindex.com/tutorials/Pascal.html 
www.programming-x.com/programming/pascal-tutorial.html 
www.aisect.org/pascal_tuto_links.htm 

The resources are endless really, but the 1st link is probably the best as all the linked tutorials are quite useful!

Regards.

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