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XLove & MutilationX

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#1 14 years ago

this question is for any programmers/developers we may have here.

does anyone know of any resource sites catering to programming in languages such as VB,C++,Java..etc ? i'm not able to find any that are short of being dull and boring and would like to have resources available other then that of what Microsoft MSDN can offer...

thanks in advance.




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#2 14 years ago

http://www.freeprogrammingresources.com/ is a good place to look. Gotta love the url :)




XLove & MutilationX

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#3 14 years ago

lol, yes. convenient to remember if anything. thanks Glasius, i'll check it out !




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#4 14 years ago
XLove & MutilationX

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#5 14 years ago

hey thanks for that as well. i appreciate the offering =)




LinuxAddict

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#6 14 years ago

www.vbforums.com has served me well in the past There are sections for vb, vb.net, C, C++, C#, ASP, etc.




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#7 14 years ago

That's one massive forum. They should register on Big Boards. I learn Visual Basic at school, and taught myself bits of Java and C++. For web languages, I learnt XHTML, Javascript and CSS from w3schools.com and PHP from php.net but I'm not sure you're interested in them. W3 Schools is the official site for the W3C, the World Wide Web Consortium. They are the foundation in charge of the internet, basically, so it's guarenteed to be a good and free resource. Generally, if you know Java and VB, you can use Javascript and VBScript since they are derived from the high level languages themselves.




XLove & MutilationX

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#8 14 years ago

heh yes, i know all about that.

i'm also an active member on both VBForums as well as w3schools.com for a little while before i moved on in a different direction, though not intentionally. great site for learning.