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    What's the best program to code a program? And what's a good site that can help me learn the best programming langauge?

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    I have no clue about programming - but i came across
    a prog called Neobook - makes programs for you in a simpler way
    dont be fooled by the outof date interface
    get the old version-its free and does the same

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    First off you need to know what programming language you want to learn. There are MANY to learn (Pascal, Basic, C, C++, Java, Scheme..... etc, etc, big ETC).

    So it comes down to WHAT programs you want to make, for what environment, etc.

    If you don't want to code, you can get MS Visual Basic and try some stuff there. It's entertaining

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    I don't know I just want to learn something while im not at school. So what's the best langauge to learn? and is it hard?

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    http://msdn.microsoft.com/vbasic/

    and download Visual Basic
    Ohh noo!!! I make dribbles!!!

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    Which one? All I can see are updates.

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    I have Borland Delphi 6 Personal Edition, but I don't have a clue how to work with it.

    The only thing that have managed to make is a window with a "close" button and it woks

    I've tried some HTML and JAVA command lines , like:

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    window.close&#59;
    B)


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    How about...

    window.maximize;
    window.minimize;

    are those real?

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    Originally posted by DWk@30 January 2004 - 11:05
    First off you need to know what programming language you want to learn. There are MANY to learn (Pascal, Basic, C, C++, Java, Scheme..... etc, etc, big ETC).

    So it comes down to WHAT programs you want to make, for what environment, etc.

    If you don't want to code, you can get MS Visual Basic and try some stuff there. It's entertaining
    I've tried visual basic and it seems easy to learn. Unfortunately i don't have the time otherwise i would have tried creating my own application with it.
    Robert00000

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    I would say it all depends on how serious you are about programming. If you just want to make a quick application Visual Basic is the way to go. It eliminates the need to know GUI components and generally regarded by most people a very easy language.

    If you're more serious about things I suggest you learn something like Java or C++, or even C if you're even more adventurous. VB is going to be the easy to pick up however it won't give you great programming skills. It can't hurt to start simple though B)

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