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i am a new in blogger and i want to a good progger but problem is that i am a fresher and do not know nothing about programme.do anyone can help of me.
Posted 22-Sep-12 0:42am
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Wes Aday at 22-Sep-12 6:44am
   
Help with what? Nothing you said A. makes any sense and B. is not a question of any kind.
Mohibur Rashid at 22-Sep-12 6:50am
   
buy a book start reading
ridoy at 22-Sep-12 6:59am
   
want to program in what language?and what kind of help you need ?
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Solution 1

It's not as simple as "Tell me how to do it" - there is a lot of practice, thinking, and learning to do.
 
The best thing you can do is to get a book on the appropriate language, or enrol in a course, and follow it through, doing all the exercises as you go. Almost any book will do, provided it doesn't have "For Dummies", "In xxx Days" or multiple exclamation marks in the title. WROX do some very good ones, as do Addison Wesley, but try looking at a few in a bookshop if you can to get an idea of which ones fit your way of thinking.
 
But nowadays, I probably wouldn't start with "C" - if you start with a more modern language, you will probably find it easier, particularly if you are a complete beginner.
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Mohibur Rashid at 22-Sep-12 8:05am
   
I specially liked the line with for dummies and in XXX days thing, I don't know about multiple exclamation thing, what is that?
OriginalGriff at 22-Sep-12 8:28am
   
Titles like "C#!!!!" and "Learn Visual Basic!!!"
The multiple exclamation marks are intended to make the book look exciting and dynamic, but is normally a cover for a complete lack of understanding of the subject by the author...:laugh:
pasztorpisti at 22-Sep-12 9:34am
   
+5 the "for dummies" and "in xxx days" are indeed bad signs.
"This is Ceeeeee Shaaaaaaarrrrp!!!!!!" :-)
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Solution 5

I would suggest that C# is a better choice if you are starting from scratch, as it can lead you to both desktop and web development. Take a look at .NET Book Zero[^] by the great Charles Petzold, for a nice introduction.
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pasztorpisti at 22-Sep-12 9:31am
   
+5 I was thinking about recommending something else than C/C++ in my answer but I was in a lazy state of mind. If the development area of interest lets using higher level stuff and productivity or lenght of learning curve is an important aspect than C# or java are much better choices. The Charles Petzold series are also highly recommended.
Richard MacCutchan at 22-Sep-12 10:05am
   
All recommendations are useful, only the OP can decide which one suits them best.
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Solution 3

If you really want to learn programming..instead of asking dumb question go buy a book and start reading..
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Solution 2

If you're just starting out, I would recommend a book from the head first series. They're pretty well written and fun to read.
 
http://www.headfirstlabs.com/books/hfprog/
 
Unless you need to learn something quick for a specific problem at hand, I'd start out with this book and get the fundamentals first before worrying too much about a specific language. Good luck :P
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Solution 4

If you want to learn C/C++ then the best free start is here: http://www.cprogramming.com/[^]
That site is far enough to start programming in C and then C++. Then write a lot of programs and when you have specific qeustions come back to this forum with them.
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