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Need a little programming help, i have a few recommendations



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Need a little programming help, i have a few recommendations

It can tough time consuming head draining stressful We all know how it is but look no further i have a few recommendations for your beginner programmer. My first tool would be none other then that good old classic for dummies book

"Beginning Programming For Dummies" step by step walk throughs and all the help you need in this easy to understand book. also you go the "C Programming Absolute Beginner's Guide" which is a little bit more to handle then the beginners, but with some patience either choice would be a great tool of the trade for a starter.

Suggest your best resources for someone starting out in programming, including best books, tutorials, guides, websites, online tools or software to make learning programming easier.

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procoder

Oh Programming <3

Actually there are many ways to learn programming, as long as you do it with passion and dedication. I’ve learned a lot from ebooks, forums, video tutorials, and everywhere on the internet, and I’m still learning because in programming it’s never enough. And to anyone which is interested in programming , I’d suggest some sites that i’m using already : Github,CodeProject,Codepen,Codeacademy, etc…And the most important thing in programming is the practice, you maybe know everything theoritically but practice is the real lesson.



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MusicMoguls

oh wow man i was not even aware they had sites too help you out with this kind of thing see i am not really an in depth programmer just dabbled around it for a bit so i just figured i would throw a few recommendations out there too those starting out i went down the "for dummies" path myself so your actually opening my eyes i did know that tools and resources for programming existed on the web i appreciate your feedback procoder i plan on checking these websites out in the near future thank you for your help



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Everett

I learn best by trial and error. I learned to code PHP by googling errors I had, and looking at the code for hours on end. Now I'm an experienced PHP coder, and there isn't that much that I can't code. Some things are still a bit hard, but that's good since it's just more for me to learn.

I have a passion for code, and I believe everyone at some point should try and learn a language or two, or three. It's quite fun, and it really exercises the brain. So if you don't code, please try to learn a language. It's not as hard as it seems. Need a little programming help, i have a few recommendations



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roftco

The besy way to learn is to read off the theory with no coding on one go and then start the coding. This will put your theoretical knowledge to practical use and reading and coding much more fun.



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Everett

I've tried to code by reading books, and watching tutorials via Youtube. It didn't work for me. So I learn code best hands on, and by trial and error.



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