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    C/C++ was my first prog. language...


    Now, any other language is easy to learn..
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    I don't understand neither the point or meaning of this post...
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    me too... lol.. :)
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    Then we have something in commen :cool:
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    Once you are good in 1 language, you can easily shift over to other new ones by association. The only thing that matters is the associability of old languages learnt & new ones.

    Try learning BASIC (not Visual) full with GOTOs after learning C++. :D
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    allright...


    So, so ...
    I mind i'm the right direction...
    C language come harrassing me since I decides come to programming world... (few months ago)
    good luck to ME!

    :)
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    Re: allright...


    Originally posted by pbelasco
    good luck to ME!

    :)
    Good Luck! to YOU! :)

    Practice a lot too!
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    Has anyone ever noticed how wierd some people, in these forums, are? ;)
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    Try learning BASIC (not Visual) full with GOTOs after learning C++.
    I've tried to do that in different order. It didn't work - I'd trade ten classes for one function, even if it has GOTOs and numbered lines in it.

    Has anyone ever noticed how wierd some people, in these forums, are?
    Just look out of your window (if any) and you will see that we are perfectly normal whereas everyone else is weird ... ungeeky ... unable to win Minesweeper in Novice mode in less than 10 seconds!
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    And to think I was worried about my Minesweeper skills...

    Try to learn perl then C/C++. You'll think the people who wrote the C syntax were sadistic monsters out to get you and your program! I'll kill for a foreach() in C!
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    Originally posted by Ctb
    And to think I was worried about my Minesweeper skills...

    Try to learn perl then C/C++. You'll think the people who wrote the C syntax were sadistic monsters out to get you and your program! I'll kill for a foreach() in C!
    Try to learn Python and then any other programming language, you'll think everybody except GvR is a sadistic monster. :D
    Some people, when confronted with a problem, think I know, I'll use regular expressions. Now they have two problems. - Jamie Zawinski, in comp.lang.emacs
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    The very first thing I had to learn to program (not counting QBasic when I got my very first 486sx 33Mhz Win3.1 PC) was HyperCard (anyone remember that) way back (3 years ago :D ) as a senior in High School (did you know parantheses are totally unnecessary). 3 Programming classes that semester, only one room that contained Macs in the entire school... and I wind up in that class learning HyperCard :rolleyes:. I don't think I've EVER seen that ANYWHERE but in that classroom!

    Hmmm.... I dated myself pretty well in that post but I wonder if I dated old or young? :cool:
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    I would say you dated your self on the younger side of things. ;)
    There are some here who are up there in the age bracket, but I would guess that most here are 20's to 30's.

    As far as languages go, C/C++ is great for me. Try using COBOL and you will welcome C/C++ to program in. :D
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    What exactly is Cobol for anyhow? Is there actually a use for it outside of mainframe programming? I never understood what exactly it's for...

    I saw a Cobol textbook once and I about had a fit! That cannot be a whole lot of fun to wade through!
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    COBOL is most effective for generating reports, and yes it is a pain to wade through. I hate column alignment!
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