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I just joined this website in search of help in mainly learning programming languages and to gain a bit of know how in to making my own and applying it to an IT device to make it work. I would be very delighted if some could assist me or if you have had experience in this type thing point me in the right direction of where to begin.


(I've Improved my question):

1) I need help in the basic knowledge of making a language.

2) I want to know how to use languages that are used normally like java is world wide and is used all the time; VB is another mainstream language etc.

I am only a beginner in programming but i know the real basic knowledge about it like; what a programming language is and does?

but I'm not a beginner in computing i have 6 yrs personal experience and 2-3 yrs college experience.
Posted 26-Feb-12 10:23am
Edited 27-Feb-12 5:33am
SAKryukov 26-Feb-12 20:35pm
Not a question. Not clear what kind of help do you expect.
Marcus Kramer 27-Feb-12 11:39am
Before diving in and trying to crate a new language, you would be better served in learning the ins and outs of an existing language. Once you are proficient in that, then designing your own language may be an interesting project.
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Solution 1

Developer Learning Resources MSDN[^]

is somewhere that I would start
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Basic Java SE is a point to start with.

And please get yourself a good book, that helps much more than any website. Start with some simple projects, there is nothing false about some simple console output programs.
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If you are interested in Java then you can start here[^]; for C# start here[^].

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