Easy, FUNNY C++ programming books?(56 posts)
Scott, this lifehacker link is awsome. There is very little anybody could add. I gathered Python, Java and C++ as favorites (in order of complexity - Python being the easiest). As an old Assembler, Cobol, Fortran programmer, I vote for C++. But that may not be a good choice for everybody. It was also pointed out, as I said earlier, important is logic and structure. And that is independent of the language. Maybe one is more forgiving than another, but sloppiness will catch up with you one way or another.
No, python is a full language. I leared [or tried to learn] it on windows. Note: open-source != linux...
(!= means "not equal to" something i learned in python :) )
FYI: != is also used in most programming languages ^_^ and in COBOL sometimes you can write it as "NOT EQUAL" withouth the quotes of course.
btw, i think COBOL is a very easy language to learn, only problem is that you need to be connected to a Mainframe for you to practice and you need to create a JCL to run your program, but aside from those, learning it is quite "easy"
ya i'm working hard at it and i am learning pretty fast and if you wanted me to do something for you i would try to do it the best that i can
what i meant by me being a "noob" is that i only really started when you posted that up and what i knew before was completely different c++ than what this is teaching me
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