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What's this? Just a compiled list of resources silly!
(Also, check out the book thread, lots of lovely stuff)
Ask newbie/where to begin questions in this thread!
http://www.codeblocks.org/ (great IDE for C/C++ and supports many libraries, cross platform)
http://notepad-plus-plus.org/ (good for scripting languages)
http://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/ (great editor with large learning curve)
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It doesn't matter much which language you choose for that. Use the one that looks less retarded to you. If you want a graphical interface, you will probably want to avoid bash and the like.
Also, you should've made a new thread for this you faggot.
, Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs.pdf
I heart /pr/
lets start with a book thread. I have some cached learning.
It might be, but..
I'm sorry to be spamming everybody's stuff with my own selfish request, but I'm wondering if anyone has a link to an executable of Python Excel (http://www.python-excel.org/) so I can install the module on my Windows machine. Need to get a script written by the end of Tuesday and only have a Windows machine to do it.
Guys back at the basement of my apartment complex play RPGs and nerdy stuff like that.
My idea was to call out a few interested programmers to make a simple multiplayer 'game' which features a selective player location board with different types of blocks (passable, etc.)
Why? For the shits n giggles!
I thought Java could be a good choice of language, but we can discuss.
Choice of source code hoster? I think BitBucket is good enough.
Anybody with me?
I realy like this idea sir. Take my bump
Which looks better?
Also, Colorscheme thread.
For urxvt, at least, you have to configure the ctrl+arrow to keybinds.
Add this to .Xresources
These days I like to keep it simple.
late post, but I think left is better, the magenta text is hard on the eyes - also I've always found alpha distracting.
its a personal choice, mind you. but i find the more contrast between the foreground and the background the better when it comes to text. dark backgrounds and light foregrounds, or vice versa for the traditional paper sheet look.
the only problem is the text shouldnt be too contrasting, if its a colour thats painful to look at (like magenta or bright yellow) it strains the eyes too much over time if its something thats going to be popping up all the time. I'd reserve it for function names if you really wanted it to be useful, like for being able to easily find sections by eye.
Source code rate thread?
So i have an application Im writing and I have an input with checkboxes that will send an array of names to the application. The application is then supposed to delete rows that have the names in a column as the names in the array sent by the checkboxes. I can use a loop in the application to run through the array, but is there an SQL way of doing this. I am using SQLite for now, but a Postgres dialect answer will help though.
DELETE FROM table_name
http://q.viva64.com/ - C++ Quiz: are you a code guru?
I was told to make a new thread.
I want to make my own cipher machine, like the Enimga.
What language will be better for this?
I want something like this: http://www.users.globalnet.co.uk/~andlaw/engindex.htm
A simple graphic interface where one imputs the setting, encode and decode.
I am assuming you are new.
There are boundless options for you; as >>4579 said.
That being said, I would try out OCaml, it is really neat and it has quite a nice gtk wrapper.
It is considered a functional language, akin to Lisp and Haskell, and if you have already got used to imperative languages: C, Java etc, it might be tough to start out, but don't get discouraged. You can overcome anything with a bit of practice.
I have no previews experience in programming.
Can I jump straight to OCaml or should I learn something else beforehand?
Is... is it ok if I just skip C and move right on to C++?
I... seem to find it easier reading cpp code than C, without all those enums, links, arrow operators, and shit.
Well the only think that changes using C is the code that runs in server side, the response is a html document
OP here. Been a while since I started this, didn't think itnstill dxisted lol.
Anyway I learned both. Of course I didn't *really* learn them, I'm in the process. But I learnedn the basics of both and I'm using them both (though mostly c++) so I actually *learn*
If you have no programming background, honestly just jump in with something easier like Python. Easier doesn't mean worse or not useful, I think with Python the time you go from 'what is programming' to making something actually useful and not just textbook example code is a lot shorter.
From there you can honestly pick up whichever, I do feel it's advised though. C gives you a good base to really figure out what's going on and if you have any intention of looking at something like x86 eventually, I'd consider it.
Just start man.