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    One question , do you know how these programming languages are made ?
    As long as most of the population don't know about it
    The whole computer science education is pointless

    Why are the materials needed to learn programming spread out in different crappy websites

    Why can't these programing language developers put out a good manual out on the internet ,instead of really crappy crappy websites .
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    Beginning JavaScript And CSS Development With JQuery (By Richard York)


    You will learn in this book on the best way to rapidly begin using the JavaScript jQuery structure, through code and framework. What's more, from its substance, you will learn numerous fundamental, intriguing ideas about jQuery, for example, establishment, testing code, handle the cluster, and many more...

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    JavaScript and JQuery: Interactive Front-End Web Development, by Jon Duckett.

    Eloquent JavaScript:
    A Modern Introduction to Programming by Marijn Haverbeke.

    JavaScript: The Definitive Guide, by David Flanagan.

    Learn JavaScript VISUALLY, by Ivelin Demirov.

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    I personally used this JavaScript The Definitive Guide, by David Flanagan..Very easy language and explain with examples

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    Quote Originally Posted by deepchristiyen View Post
    One question , do you know how these programming languages are made ?
    I do because I learned machine code. Call me old fashioned if you will.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gribley View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by deepchristiyen View Post
    One question , do you know how these programming languages are made ?
    I do because I learned machine code. Call me old fashioned if you will.
    This may be out of my league Gribley, but isn't Java becoming less popular these days??
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    First you need to find someone who has a pencil neck and gives a fuck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaina View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Gribley View Post

    I do because I learned machine code. Call me old fashioned if you will.
    This may be out of my league Gribley, but isn't Java becoming less popular these days??

    They are all just a rehash. Java is like C++, not unlike .NET. Python is like VBS. If you ever wanted to understand (and most normals don't) then machine code operands and such was the way to go. Admit I have limited interest in that by DevPac 3 assembler was a great and got me into many interesting future adventures. SoftICE still rocks in a VM that I run. NuMega we love u

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gribley View Post
    They are all just a rehash. Java is like C++, not unlike .NET. Python is like VBS. If you ever wanted to understand (and most normals don't) then machine code operands and such was the way to go. Admit I have limited interest in that by DevPac 3 assembler was a great and got me into many interesting future adventures. SoftICE still rocks in a VM that I run. NuMega we love u
    As i said buddy, out of my league, i just read a lot of new programs are using python, and even games??
    To me i wouldn't know the difference on any of that stuff, as long as what i am using works, it's all rock and roll to me

    To be honest you want details, I would have to refer you to my son and his girlfriend, one computer, and one bio medical engineers, myself, i learn on the fly. Or i would just ask Idol or Anon
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    Quote Originally Posted by IdolEyes787 View Post
    First you need to find someone who has a pencil neck and gives a fuck.

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    I`ve found best way to understand any language is to try and reverse engineer it at the SoftICE level (or Oilly debug whatever). You then get to really understand the extra levels whichever language added.

    Breaking stuff that someone wrote in assembler is great, but if they write it in some half-arsed interpreted/tokenised language really hard. Denuvo I would have no clue with that as protection within a virtual machine, times moved on from a CD check that I could JMP or NOP out of. Good there is still talent out there in Codex/CPY.

    By no means relevant but with my "Action Replay" on the Amiga I could get past the wheel checking thing on Monkey Island but because it was part of SCUMM interface I broke the game at the same time..... that never got released. Fairly sure that was a Quartex release (working one that is)
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