C, C++, PHP Tutorials

Discussion in 'Web development / Programming' started by Mohd, Sep 10, 2002.

  1. Mohd

    Mohd .:: PHP King ::.

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    Oh really,

    Then I will have to check my php.ini file and edit it

    Any way thanks Nezzar
  2. remura

    remura lucky boy

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    can any1 add mysql tutorial here for me? I'm having bad luck searching 4 it.
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    zukeft New Member

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    Ipswitch /dev/user

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    Napro Linux Forus

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    RamsusX Ramsus K

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  7. RamsusX

    RamsusX Ramsus K

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    I'd like to suggest a book for both C and C++ programmers:

    C/C++ Programmer's Reference 3rd Edition
    by Herbert Schildt
    McGrawHill Osborne
    ISBN 0-07-222722-2
    Available at Amazon.com
  8. finalight

    finalight New Member

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    any CSS tutorials here?
  9. RamsusX

    RamsusX Ramsus K

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    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...

    http://www.westciv.com/style_master/academy/hands_on_tutorial/index.html

    http://www.westciv.com/style_master/academy/css_tutorial/index.html
    http://hotwired.lycos.com/webmonkey/authoring/stylesheets/tutorials/tutorial1.html
    http://www.w3schools.com/css/css_intro.asp

    ...and the W3C Specifications if you want to take a look:
    http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS1
    http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS2/
  10. finalight

    finalight New Member

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    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
    Last edited: Jun 28, 2003
  11. finalight

    finalight New Member

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    so can anyone help?
  12. Zapages

    Zapages Prince of Persia

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  13. DC_daNMan

    DC_daNMan Evading Death +the Taxman

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    To dixon, What If I want you to endorse smoking?
  14. mikeshoup

    mikeshoup Old Man Emu Author

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    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.
  15. zaba_33

    zaba_33 Banned

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    where can get program name C no C++
  16. WhatTheFAQ

    WhatTheFAQ Banned

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    haha coooool programing tuts!!!
    now i can strt coading a PS2 GS plugin.... :p
    (would'nt it be a great idia?)
    BTW what should i start? C or C++? i already know PASCAL, HTML, Javascript and a little Visual Basic...
  17. mikeshoup

    mikeshoup Old Man Emu Author

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    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 :D
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