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    Coding Tutorials

    Has anyone stumbled upon the best tutorials that they think they would be perfect for new coders?? Please post your links here:

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    For what language?
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    C++ mainly.... PHP and others would be nice but i guess I can read the docs on PHP.net

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    I used www.cprogramming.com when I started.
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    Originally posted by Mhtml
    I used www.cprogramming.com when I started.
    Would you recommend Teach yourself C++ in 21 days??!?!

    I found it on the net here is the link:

    http://newdata.box.sk/bx/c/index.htm

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    I would deffiniatly recommend a book of SOME kind, I haven't ever read C++ in 21 days, but I have PHP in 21 days (or maybe its 24 hours) and it's really good. I would probably start out with something like Javascript if your a beginning programmer, because its interpreted, and gives you a good grasp of common programming ideals. www.webmonkey.com has two GREAT tut's for javascript
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