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mpfeif101

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Here are some links to read if you are interested in learning, need some help, or need to look something up.

HTML (if it is considered Programming):

Funky Chickens HTML Help!
Lissa Explains it All - HTML Help and Tutorials
W3Schools HTML Tutorial

PHP:

W3Schools PHP Tutorial
PHP.net Tutorial
Zend PHP tutorials

Visual Basic 6:

VB Tutor Visual basic tutorial
DevDos Visual Basic tutorial
Gary Beene's VB 6 Information Center
VB6 Tutorial - How to make games
How to open a CD Drive

C++:

C++ Language Tutorial
C++ Made Easy
C++ Reference

Javascript Tutorials:

W3Schools Javascript Tutorial
Page Resource JavaScript Tutorial
Javascript.com Tutorial
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Free Source Code:

Planet Source Code
Free Javascript Code
Programmers Heaven

I will add more later :tazz:

Edited by mpfeif101, 16 June 2005 - 04:21 PM.

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mpfeif101, the last link to the PHP.net tutorial doesn't seem to work (dead link?).
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Thanks, fixed :tazz:
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Updated May 10 :tazz:
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MarliB

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Are there any tutorials for javascript?
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greyknight17

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Javascript Tutorials:

W3Schools - One of the best sites out there, not only does it have Javascript, it has many other language tutorials listed there also.

Page Resource

Javascript - looks similar to the one posted earlier by mpfeif101
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VB6 Tutorial on Games

http://www.vbexplore...e_tutorials.asp

Stu Design
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Added, thanks guys :tazz:
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These are good links (its not the one i pmed you):

Visual Basic .NET Guide

General Visual Basic How-To site

Hope this helps users...

Edited by MaverickSidewinder, 15 June 2005 - 10:49 AM.

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CrAzY_J

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Javascript
Brainjar
Web reference
Quircks Mode
Code Punk
Devshed
SSD
rough guide through DOM
Web Tutorials


PHP
web reference
PHP freaks
Rons Guide
Devshed
DM Superman
htmlite
Free web master
HTML Goodies
WebMonkey

Python
Python guide
Python101
Python 201
Baby steps to Python


Sorry i didn't organize them too well

Edited by CrAzY_J, 16 June 2005 - 10:29 PM.

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FREE RAD Win32 Assembly Tool: RosAsm

http://www.rosasm.org

RosAsm, the Bottom-Up Assembler for ReactOS

(ReactOS, WINE, Windows 95/98, NT/2000, XP,...)

The easy way for writing full 32 Bits Applications in Assembly

    RosAsm is free and GPLed.

    IDE with full integration of all components. RosAsm is auto-compilable and the Sources are hosted inside the PEs. No installation overhead (the silent auto-install coming with RosAsmFull.zip makes RosAsm the only actual Click&Go Assembler environment).

    Real Sources Editor with tons of unique features, specificaly devoted to secure editions and to huge mono-files assembly sources: Tree-view, instant jump to any type of declaration by simple right-click, division of the mono-files into TITLEs, advanced IncIncluder pre-parser, and so on...

    The fastest of the actual assemblers, (1.5 Mega/second on a Celeron 1.3 Ghz...) directly outputting PE files on a simple click, with a powerful macros system (a macros unfolder is available by a double-click, through a float menu). Simplified Intel syntax. Does not need any include, prototype or header companion file. Nothing but a single simple source. Complete implementation of the mnemonics set, up to SSE2. RosAsm Bottom-Up Assembler is a true low level Assembler, enabling HLL writing styles by user defined macros and/or by HLL pre-parsers selections.

    Selectable Pre-Parsers performing various tasks, like HLL expressions parsing, alternate syntaxes, Includes Managements, ...

    Source level Debugger with a state-of-the-art memory inspector and very advanced features, like the dynamic break-points, that can be set/removed by simple clicks, as well as at write-time and/or at run-time, like with the most advanced HLLs. To run the Debugger, You simply click on Run and your application is running through the debugger. Any error (or break-point, enabling advanced stepping modes) is pointed out directly in your source code. Accurate messages are delivered on errors cases.

    Disassembler. To date, RosAsm is the one and only two-clicks-disassembler-reassembler ever seen. It is, actually, fully effective on most small files and on many middle size applications: The dream tool for study and/or for porting your works to assembly.

    Original Resources Editors, with control of matching styles, outputting as well resources, files, and memory templates.

    Integrated Help system, with a complete 32 bits Assembly Tutorials, Opcode help, and RosAsm Manual (1.5 mega of documentation, grouping close to 600 organised rtf files).

    Clip file system, for templates reuse.

    Integrated OS Equates, and Structures files, saving from any boring include.

    ... and much more...

    Take care that, as opposed to most RAD/IDEs, RosAsm does not attempt to impress you with multiple windows jumping all over the screen and with insistant features. Instead, RosAsm features implementations have always been made as discreet and as silent as possible, and the overall look-and-feel has always been made as naked and as simple as possible. Many implementations are optional, through the configuration tab.

    Though RosAsm is the most accurate tool for learning the marvelous simplicity of Assembly - particulary since the inclusion of the Interactive Visual Tutorials - and though it is the easiest way to jump right into the true thing, it has been thought and designed, first, as a professional tool for real life applications programming in full assembly. Its final purpose is to compete with the current most commonly used HLLs, for serious applications writing. This goal will be achieved, in the near future, with the upcoming implementations of the Visual Components Designers (Wizards) and with the implementations of some Applications builders.


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thanks
but any
.net books??????
other than microsoft dot net site
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http://webmonkey.wired.com/webmonkey/
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Hey, I found a nice site with a list of all of the free C++ compilers. It is in one of the tutorials posted above, but you have to do quite a bit of digging to find it, so if you want to put it in, here is the link.

http://www.bloodshed...lers/index.html

Also, I found this, it is the c++ book that is regarded as the best book that you can buy. I found it on the net however. :tazz:

http://www.stevehell.../dialogTOC.html

Edited by nick_mi, 13 December 2005 - 09:38 AM.

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http://gpwiki.org/

an (IMHO) excellent webpage with helpful stuff for game programming, has DirectX tutorials, tools list etc. I've never made a decent game yet, but I think this will be helpful for anyone more skillful than me. :tazz:
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