Discussion in 'Web development / Programming' started by Mohd, Sep 10, 2002.
Then I will have to check my php.ini file and edit it
Any way thanks Nezzar
can any1 add mysql tutorial here for me? I'm having bad luck searching 4 it.
for all sorts of web programming, a really good tutorial site:
For C programmers:
For Ada Programmers:
For web developers working with client-side technologies:
I'd like to suggest a book for both C and C++ programmers:
C/C++ Programmer's Reference 3rd Edition
by Herbert Schildt
Available at Amazon.com
any CSS tutorials here?
CSS Tutorials eh? I actually learned from the W3C Specs how to use CSS. They're sort of tutorialish, but just in case I found some decent looking tutorials...
...and the W3C Specifications if you want to take a look:
oh yea sure, thks
btw, may I know where do I get the code for "menu on every pages"?? I kept finding it but to no avali....
Ahhh..I found one though..but that require image, can I don't use images instead, I use words?
I don't know the code to do that at all
so can anyone help?
Everyone check this site out that Mr. John at www.netfirms.com provided me with for Scripting help.
To dixon, What If I want you to endorse smoking?
I must recommend that if you do learn C, C++, do not learn it through tutorials. A good book is the best way to pick it up.
There are a couple good books I can recommend, the ones I learned through.
The first is Sam's Teach Yourself C Programming in 21 Days. This is an excellent, easy to understand, well developed book for C programming, as long as you keep in mind you won't finish it in 21 days. If you do, you went way too fast. Programming is a long and slow road of learning.
The second is K&R The C Programming Language, Second Edition. This one could be used to learn form the beginning, but is fairly technical, and I wouldn't recommend without first some background with C. If you do have background, this book will really increase your skills. It is a great book.
Please keep in mind too, that this will teach you only ANSI C, or in other words, DOS/Command Line/Terminal C. You won't be able to write win32 programs without further learning.
where can get program name C no C++
haha coooool programing tuts!!!
now i can strt coading a PS2 GS plugin....
(would'nt it be a great idia?)
WhatTheFAQ: This has been a long drawn debate for years. To be quite honest, I don't think it matters which one you start with, as long as you learn the other. Personally, I use C more than C++, but C++ is really alot easier to use for GUI apps. I would recommend looking at both, and see which one you like more.
Yeah, and the mere knowledge of just C or C++ won't get you coding a PS2 GS plugin
Me being the nice person i am:
most are to teach game programing on VB and C++
Great video tutorial site... C++, Java and others.
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