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soldierkid05

  • 2 years ago

i have no experience at all with programming only started gainig intrested in this sort of programme over the past year .what is the best level to start learning at ive been looking for alevel computing lectures but cant find them ?what is the best level for a begginer ?

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  1. Abraxas
    • 2 years ago
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    Documentation to learn a program language could be annoying and hard to understand. But some authors understood the gab and they have been writing some nice book that give the chance, even to children, to learn. In my experience the best language to learn is Python. It seem to be written with the purpose to bring closer beginners as us to the programming world. Two books that I can recomend you are "Think Python" ( goo.gl/fsibz ) and "Invent your own computer games" ( goo.gl/r3c05 ).

  2. soldierkid05
    • 2 years ago
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    thanks man im looking at the invent your own computer games book , its much simpler to understand .thankt for your reply

  3. bookworm00981
    • 2 years ago
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    Ah, computer programming, its really fun when you get the hang of it.

  4. lh4219
    • 2 years ago
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    MIT has free open course ware. Course 6.00 is excellent.

  5. KonradZuse
    • 2 years ago
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    A lot of people recommend Python, but I don't really see a reason for it... It's been around for so long, and no one really learns it/teaches it... MIT has started it because it seems like an easier language to use... I personally use Java because the entire world uses it, it's used everywhere from Parking Meters, TV's, Androids, etc.

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