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anonymous

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hi everyone. im taking a class in visual basic and im not very good at these things: functions and sub procedures, LINQ, queries, and arrays. how can i improve my skills and understanding

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  1. anonymous
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    I suggest going through some examples online, and getting the syntax down..or watch some videos of tutorials on visual basic on youtube..

  2. anonymous
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    good point. i will check that out and hopefully it works

  3. anonymous
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    you should read your book and try every single example.. when i mean try i mean write them as if they were yours.. it'll really helpful and you will understand a lot.. and again tutorials help a lot too try youtube or forums

  4. anonymous
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    Somebody said it's not very good to learn programming starting with visual basic,his name is Dijkstra.Maybe he is a geek,but I think maybe it will be helpful to let you know this : )

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    Somebody said it's not very good to learn programming starting with visual basic,his name is Dijkstra.Maybe he is a geek,but I think maybe it will be helpful to let you know this : )

  6. anonymous
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    Lol thanx.. funny thing is thhat guy wus on my test..but yea my college teaches visual basic first and does not hav java nor python.what do you reccommend

  7. anonymous
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    Now,I'm reading <structure and interpretation of computer program> which teaches you programming using Scheme(a beautiful and powerful language.letting you focus on language itself,not being bothered by the details of machine). it's really a wonderful book, you can download it here, http://groups.csail.mit.edu/mac/classes/6.001/abelson-sussman-lectures/ I think Python is also a good choice, for the same reason that it let you focus on language itself. This is an open course on MIT( http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/electrical-engineering-and-computer-science/6-00-introduction-to-computer-science-and-programming-fall-2008/), you can use it for self-study. I think programming has lots of fun, enjoy it : )

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    I checked that out two days ago. I LOVE the way the professor at MIT teaches python very smart professor. I heard about Scheme but never really knew about it. Once school ends I'm going to put a lot of effort into learning more about programming. I also think programming is fun...when you are able to understand it completely lol. i like challenges and programming definitely challenges me. Thanx for all of your help and suggestions. Highly appreciated.

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