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Simple as that, id like to learn how to code simple things. Anyone nice enough to post a link or something? thanks:smile:
 
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Depends on what you want to code.
 
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What are you wanting to code? Websites, programs, etc.
 
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code academy is a good start but it dose not teach compilers but you can take some online courses but you cant learn overnight also depends what language you want to learn i suggest learning ruby or java script first
 
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Simple as that, id like to learn how to code simple things. Anyone nice enough to post a link or something? thanks:smile:

Here's what helped me a lot when I started. Yeah C++ is a little harder, but I don't think there's such thing as a 'beginner language' if you work hard at it and you are willing to learn, it shouldn't be that hard. Your gonna have those :mad: moments when you just don't know why something isn't working lol, but thats about it .

C++
[ http://www.learncpp.com/ [Compiler: http://www.visualstudio.com/downloads/download-visual-studio-vs ]]

Javascript
This is what I'm using right now to learn Javascript
[ http://freecodingtutorial.files.wor...aw-hill-javascript-the-complete-reference.pdf [Compiler: https://netbeans.org/downloads/ ]]

(X)HTML and CSS
But there's kind of no point in learning Javascript if you don't know (X)HTML and CSS first
[ https://www.udemy.com/ (You gotta sign up but its free (most of the videos are free, all the ones i watched were and i understand them both pretty well now, there's still minor things idk, but like the guy above said, you don't learn overnight) theres plenty of great tutorials) [Compiler: none specific that id want to use, but you can use the same one as the javascript one above]]

Android, iOS and many more
[ http://www.tutorialspoint.com/ ]

In case you didn't know, the compilers above are used to write and run your code (besides javascript, HTML and CSS because those are ran on your browser). But you can use a simple text editor like Notepad++ [ http://notepad-plus-plus.org/download/v6.5.3.html ] I do recommend the ones above though. As for the C++ compiler link, i tried to find the exact DL link for you but I couldn't find it, just do some navigating around on that site and you'll find it (the one i DL a while back was a trial, after it ran out i just had to sign up (its free) and they sent me a code to fully keep it)

If you need help with anything, just PM me, i might know the answer to your question :wink: but if i haven't studied the language, i wont lol :tongue:
 
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