Java programming
hi all. i have sent before a message about this subject but i didnt really had real replies that helped me. i am searching of tutorials of programming (delphi, linux, perl, python, c#, java ......) i have search in google, altavista, westciv, whatis, w3school,... So if anyone now how to get pdf files for free please contact me. thx.

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For linux try http://www.tldp.org/
For Python http://docs.python.org/tut/tut.html
for java http://www.apl.jhu.edu/~hall/java/Servlet-Tutorial/

for delphi http://www.elrinconcito.com/delphi/tutorial/tutorial.htm is in spanish but if you are a programmer will be easy to understand

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  • DianaM
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  • Ve3ofa
    Not asking much are you? Delphi/Linux is usually written in a C dialect (C or C++). Java is java.. Perl is Perl.. What I'd suggest is pick 1 language and get familiar with it.. Once you get your mind into programming mode (thinking logically and breaking a project into extremely small parts) and then mastering each small part.. i.e. start with a console hello world program then work on adding the gui to it.. learning the difference between sdi and mdi (single/multiple document interface) .. go to a site i.e. gototnet / channel9/msdn.com or sourceforge get the source code for a project and go line by line through the source and understand and work through each line of code until you know what the programmer is trying to do.. and what each line of code does. Perhaps subscribing to a specific language newsgroup and going through the quesitons and answers presented there might help.. You have to learn what the reserved words in each language do and what comes packaged with each compiler.. Work through example code there is lots out there. Once you are proficient with 1 language learning another is easier.. The hardest part is breaking down a large project into tiny manageable bits and pieces and then putting it all together.. Perhaps the 'dummies guide to ???' (replace the ??? with C or Java or Perl) might be a starting place.. You may never master a single language or master them all but the very first language will have the steepest (hardest) learning curve after that it's just ok how does this language do that item.. Usually your intial programs will not work and it will be up to you to figure out why they don't work.. and fixing your own mistakes is the most valuable part of the learning experience..
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  • Yeoville
    Hi, mmm555, You tend to get what you ask for! This time you have not stated whether you are trying to learn the languages or want to teach others. The following link to articles on C# (not pdfs): http://searchvb.techtarget.com/featuredTopic/0,290042,sid8_gci1033932,00.html?track=NL-150&ad=504546 http://searchvb.techtarget.com/tip/1,289483,sid8_gci857882,00.html http://www.informit.com/articles/article.asp?p=23211&redir=1 These two sites are full of good information on coding practices and techniques: http://techrepublic.com.com/2001-6240-0.html www.codeproject.com Useful if you want to learn the languages.
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  • Huskeraider
    Do yourself a favor and google: Python tutorials (substitute "python" for any other language). Go through the list that google generates and find a tutorial that suits you.
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