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    #26
    C++ sites?

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    #27
    Yeah C++

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    #28
    http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/tut/
    extremely good to me(me teh newb @html)
    makes it easy to understand and easy in general

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    #29

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    #30
    dreamweaver mx site please

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    #31
    Originally posted by Matt
    When we get quite a few of these in here I will go through them and make a tidy listing.
    Damn, I don't remember saying that. Lol.

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    #32
    Procrastination, something all programmers have it common

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    #33
    C++ ?

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    #34
    alrite, heres what i use/used. its a online book. u can buy it in paperback form too.

    theres 4 versions, java, python, logo, c++,
    i throughly recommend it to any1 new to programming, especially the python one, its dead easy and it starts from the begining asumming no previous knowledge.

    http://www.ibiblio.org/obp/thinkCS/

    theres a bare few other books, notably Lessons In Electric Circuits

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    #35
    http://www.evrsoft.com

    got good code there and makes meta tags easyer than opening notepad
    lol

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    #36
    well no ones mentioned these yet so:
    http://ai-depot.com/Main.html : good site for ai related stuff, and applications of it to real world problems

    www.eskimo.com/~scs/C-faq/top.html : _the_ faq for the C language. very useful

    http://www.acm.uiuc.edu/webmonkeys/b...ide/index.html : reference giude for the C library, not updated since 1997, but still useful

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    #37
    Originally posted by ShinKairyuu

    http://www.acm.uiuc.edu/webmonkeys/b...ide/index.html : reference giude for the C library, not updated since 1997, but still useful
    that pritty old

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    #38
    yeah but given that the 1999 standard isnt fully implemented yet its still relevant

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    #39
    You can find a free downloadable C++ book here http://mindview.net/Books/TICPP/ThinkingInCPP2e.html.

    The same guy writes free Java books too which have already been mentioned in this thread.

    Also, if you are looking for a free C/C++ IDE for Windows try http://www.bloodshed.net/devcpp.html. It's beta software but it does the job.

    Originally posted by Sprat
    C++ ?

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    #40
    http://www.dot.tk

    any1 use this cose i love it

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    #41
    Thanks guys!

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    #42
    This is the 1 i used wen i was noob http://archive.ncsa.uiuc.edu/General...PrimerAll.html

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    #43
    Wotsit's Format

    This site documents hundreds of wierd and wacky file formats, as well as most of the common ones.

    Mega-Tokyo - General Programming Forum

    This forum is interesting because it's populated by an extremely diverse group of programmers covering the total beginner to the experienced veteran. A good place to ask questions and learn.

    GameTutorials

    The place to visit if you're interested in a practical introduction to 3D graphics. Covers both DirectX and OpenGL.

    Python

    In my not so humble opinion, this is one of the most useful and practical programming languages on or off the planet Earth.

    ---
    Hampton. Dear Matt: Where's our tidy listing, beyotch? Enquiring minds want to know.

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    #44
    Originally posted by Hampton
    Python

    In my not so humble opinion, this is one of the most useful and practical programming languages on or off the planet Earth.
    Why isn't it more widely used?

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    #45
    Dunno. However, I'm sure as hell not going to let my ignorance stop me from quickly pumping out some ideas:

    * Python encourages developing clean, clear and well-documented code in a fast and efficient fashion = no job security for the programmer.

    * Java is a competing high-level OO language with a lot of marketing muscle / hype behind it.

    * Python has an unusual indented syntax which can be annoying to edit in a text editor not designed to support the language.

    * When you say the word "interpreted" to a lot of programmers they think of BASIC and their eyes kind of glaze over.

    * Most programs are written in C or C++ so that's what everyone learns and uses.

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    #46
    Originally posted by Sprat
    C++ ?
    samples, tutorials, etc





    reference


    cheers

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    #47
    Anyone got a link or some tips for web design best practices, like the kind of things to do and not to do. I just want to know if I should be using div tags for layout and that kind of thing, just stuffing around.

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    #48
    Open Source Content Management Systems:
    This is just a list of ones I've used and found helpful

    Joomla - (PHP): http://www.joomla.org/ - my personal favorite

    NukePHP: (PHP): http://www.phpnuke.org/

    XOOPS: (PHP): http://www.xoops.org/

    Typo3: (PHP: http://typo3.com/

    OpenCms: (Java): http://www.opencms.org/opencms/en/

    Plone: (Python): http://plone.org/ (Thanks Cynos!)

    Drupal: (PHP) http://drupal.org/


    (I'll add to this list as I trial other content management systems I find useful)

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    #49
    umbraco is pretty sweet for a .NET content management system

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    #50
    wget?