C, C++, PHP Tutorials

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  1. Darklord_

    Darklord_ New Member

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    Does someone have a good x86 assembly tutorial which don't use HLA?
    Last edited: Aug 28, 2005
  2. __Xzyx987X

    __Xzyx987X あの人

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    Here's one that seems decent that I ran across with a simple google search. I starts off with programs that mix C and ASM, but that's actually a good place to start since getting basic ASM code working is much easier if you piggyback on the excecution setup a compiled C program provides. If you don't already know C, I really do suggest you try to learn it first because it will familiarise you with many programming concepts that will make writing good assembler code much easier. Anyway, give it a shot and see if it suits your needs.
  3. Darklord_

    Darklord_ New Member

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    Good one. I liked it :D. Thanks dude, it covers lots of things I'd like to learn. Oh, I already know C (and C++), just like to learn some assembly to mix with my C/C++ code and thus enhance its speed. :)
  4. raksmey1309

    raksmey1309 I m meow desu! ^_^

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    And how about code HTML and Java Script?
    Where can i get those tutorials?
  5. Hard core Rikki

    Hard core Rikki Super Moderator Staff Member Award Winner!

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  6. raksmey1309

    raksmey1309 I m meow desu! ^_^

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    Thank u very much.
    One more question plz.
    What is the best software to compile C++?
  7. Hard core Rikki

    Hard core Rikki Super Moderator Staff Member Award Winner!

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    Hmmm... THAT is a very subjective question! Everyone has his favourite. Okay:

    Dev-C++. free from www.bloodshed.com. seems to work fine for most new users (must be idiot-proof)

    Visual Studio .NET student edition (NOT best but rather known)

    VCToolkit

    Visual Studio

    GCC

    I have a personnal preference for djgpp, and I've tried lots of compilers (Borland, Turbo, VC++, MingW, Digital Mars...). As an editor, I prefer Crimson Editor.

    HOWEVER, those I consider the best C++ compilers for Windows are :

    GNU BloodShed at http://www.bloodshed.net/devcpp.html, rated 1st (the VERY best among all)

    Borland C++ compiler http://www.borland.com/bcppbuilder/freecompiler, rated 2nd

    Microsoft Visual C++ compiler http://msdn.microsoft.com/visualc, rated 3rd

    MSDOS C++ compiler http://www.delorie.com/djgpp (odd, I know!!)

    But I believe people would rather choose depending on what they need:

    How can you compare a particular C++ compiler with others?
    By checking whether it fully supports the ISO C++ Standard. That should
    sort out the REAL compilers. After that, just try a few and see how
    FAST they can make *your* programs run.

    If you have particularly non-optimized [but otherwise efficient]
    code, GCC can produce faster code.

    Benchmarks: don't believe 'em.

    Hope this isnt too confusing...
  8. Proto

    Proto Knowledge is the solution Junior Contributor

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    Just to clarify, you have two concepts mixed up there. The compiler is the program that does the conversion from one language to another (c code to machine code for example). As such, some of the ones you have mentioned are indeed compilers like the Visual C++ compìler (one of the worst if you ask me, in the sense that it deviates A LOT from the ANSI standard), or gcc, or Windows implementations of gcc like mingw

    Then we have IDE's, which stand for Integrated Development Environment, and those come in different flavors as well, like Dev-C++ and Visual C++ for Windows; Anjuta and code::blocks for Linux
  9. Xtreme2damax

    Xtreme2damax Mr. Technological Staff Member Moderator

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    I just downloaded Microsoft Visual C# And Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Express Editions from the Microsoft Website.

    I'm not Sure if they use their own form of syntax, due to using forms in combination of coding similar to the forms in Visual Basic.

    My Question is where can I find tutorials on using the Interface, The Syntax it uses, and Programming in Microsoft Visual C# and Visual C++ 2005 Express Editions?

    Thanks if anyone can let me know:)
  10. Blacknemesy

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    Thanks for all those tutorials on C.
    Im taking a degree in programming , just started going C.
    Its being pretty good , i have done some small progs on Bloodshed but
    i have a big prob:Im using winxp and after compiling when i try running it , all getchar() commands are like ignored and sometimes the window closes and i cant see the result.Any way of fixing this?Thanks
  11. blueshogun96

    blueshogun96 Shadow of nothing... Staff Member Moderator Emu Author

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    try getch(); :)
  12. Smooth Criminal

    Smooth Criminal New Member

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    i think here
  13. Galway no Sora

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    OK guys, you're talking about C, C++, PHP here, but now I have question about CSS for web style. This code :

    Code:
    A.menulink1 {
       	font-size : 11px;
       	font-family : Arial, sans-serif;  
       	text-decoration : none;
       	color: #00407C; 
    }
    A.menulink1:visited {
       	color: #00407C;
    	text-decoration: none; 
    }
    A.menulink1:active {
       	color: #E2EDF9;
    	text-decoration: none; 
    }
    A.menulink1:hover {
       	color: #f74ae5;
    	text-decoration: none; 
    }
    are for link, but I don't know how to make the text (link) as bold with this CSS. I don't know what I should write in the CSS. Can you get me the code to make it BOLD?

    Thanks in advance.
    Last edited: Aug 30, 2007
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    A.menulink1{
    font-style: bold;
    }
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