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Hello Guys, i could use some help... :)

Discussion in 'C, C++, C#' started by LewiNkz, Jun 25, 2011.

  1. LewiNkz

    LewiNkz Registered Member

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    Hey there world..

    I joined this site for maybe 30 seconds ago, and the reason for that was ive heard this forum was good for "hacking and programming"..

    So yes, im a 15 year old dude from europe and for about 3 weeks ago i saw about anonymous and read some stuff about coding.. my stepdad is a programmer so since i was like 10 he teached me to "crack" games like CoD and stuff like that.. :D:D

    But yeah now i wanted to start learning real coding, AND I KNOW its VERY hard to learn, but i can do what i want to do, so do you guys know any good ways to learn coding? Right now ive read abit in a book called C for dummies, and its pretty good...

    Right now the only things i can code is like... (Dont laugh at me XD)


    #include <stdio.h>

    int main()
    {
    char name[20];
    char adress[20];

    printf("Name someone cool you know: ");
    gets(name);
    printf("Name %ss adress: ",name);
    gets(adress);
    printf("\nHis name is %s and his adress is %s and hes cool.",name,adress);

    return(0);

    }
     
  2. LewiNkz

    LewiNkz Registered Member

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    Anyone ?
     
  3. hszforu

    hszforu Newbie

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    if you are new to coding, then i suggest you to learn python.
    it's an very powerful language and you can use it to develop almost anything, plus it's fun and very easy to code in.
     
  4. Chris22

    Chris22 Regular Member

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    C# is a good language for beginners, it has so many good features and a good framework backing it.
     
  5. Ceg3xow

    Ceg3xow Newbie

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    do you recommend a good C# book ?
     
  6. seomasterz

    seomasterz Newbie

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    HELLO i had seen your program it has some erors
    but i appreciate you and you are at beginning i will advise you it is better you can learn easily form lynda.com and w3school it very good for on line learning
    Best of Luck!
     
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  8. LewiNkz

    LewiNkz Registered Member

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    haha thanks :D.

    but what errors? :)
     
  9. pcboy

    pcboy Registered Member

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    You cant find any details about hacking here in BHW. you should try some other site..

    btw learn PHP
     
  10. SahL

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    #C programming is a Good way to start. yes actually the best way

    Go ahead with c++

    than java

    ofcourse you need to learn HTML and than PHP.

    Its not very tough. But needs alot of time , believe me.

    Youve gotto Study hard. Take self test and Learn all the basis before trying to make a complicated program.

    For #C i suggest your start out with this book "LET US C" For C++ i suggest C++ by balaguru Swami

    These are Good books IMO better than the rest if your just starting now.
     
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  11. wooter

    wooter Newbie

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    The choice of language depends what you want to do. But really they are all relatively similar. Once you are experienced in one programming language you will be able to learn a second VERY quickly. It's not like French where it'll be incomprehensible at first. The main thing is to just choose one and get stuck in. That being said, my advice would be:

    If you want to crack games etc (working at low-level eg with individual bytes of memory) then C or C++ will be required.

    However, I think a good language to start with would be C# (as others have mentioned here). C# is similar to Java and many other OOP languages so it's a good "centre" to start from. It doesn't have the complicated memory allocation / templates of C++.

    Once you have chosen a language, the best way to learn is to find a "problem" and then try and crack it.

    There's a site called "Project Euler" (some kind of non-profit educational gig) which I would recommend to beginners.

    Here you can find problems of increasing difficulty (eg: find the first 100 prime numbers) and use them to hone your skills. This site has a bit of a mathematical bent but that is useful anyway. You'll learn way more from this than you will from high school math classes, it will change the way you think. (my experiences with programming helped me massively with my math degree)

    Source: Self-taught programmer since 7 years old
     
  12. dre1!

    dre1! Newbie

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    Read The C Programming Language by Kernighan and Ritchie. C is the language that almost all the others (c++, perl, php, javascript, etc, etc, etc) are based on.

    That will be much better than "C for Dummies" ... it is written by the people who created the language.

    Javascript is the best interpreted language for a beginner because it allows you to work with the browser, work on the server side, and it is very fast (10-20X faster than php, python, ruby, perl) (with V8). Perl is very good for processing large amounts of text. The regular expression engine is good (many others, including JS, have copied perl's regular expressions).