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Old 12-29-2004, 06:31 PM   #1
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wanna learn hwo to create and design programs. I was told Leopard was good but I have no idea what language to use and how to use it....If i sound like I don't know what I'm talking about its because I dont know what Im talking about
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Leopard? Never heard of it.

Visual Studio of course is the main one; and learning Visual Basic from it would be the best starting point for you.
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You can get Leopard from www.softpedia.com in the programming section.

It is simple, REALLY SIMPLE and the tutorials tell you how it works.

A simple command to create a window would go like this:

Window - Tells the program to make a window
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The numbers are the dimensions of the window.
But the language is a waste of time. Try C, it's quite easy and you can make good programs.

Get the Dev-C++ compiler (can't remember the site) to make C or C++ programs.
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Old 01-17-2005, 08:11 PM   #4
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thats how i got into programs. i think if you search dev-c++ on www.downloads.com you can get it from their. otherwise google it thats how i got it.
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The Dev-C++ will not do much beyond compile; a rounded program like Visual Studio 2005 will do the job much better; and is both free and with MSDN Library 2005.
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Oh, right, didn't know that.

But still, learning programming is difficult unless you have a lot of free time where you can spend a while experimenting.
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Yeah - you need a project - big or otherwise - to learn on. There are few other ways if any to learn programming.
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