Re: Free programming tutorials links

I'm also a big fan of the sun tutorial, it's very good.

Stefik

On Thu, Jul 1, 2010 at 1:24 PM, Homme, James <james.homme@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi,
> I really like the Java tutorial from Sun. It starts you at 0 and takes you 
> extremely far. I don't have the URL on me anymore, but you can probably start 
> at http://java.sun.com and find it.
>
> Jim
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> I may use that java one...
> C++ was done command line for years before the IDE came along, so it fits
> very naturally in that environment.
> The ide's are nice for templates of common things like putting up dialogs
> and such, but compute-intensive rather than UI-centeric programs are
> actually easier with the command line.
> --le
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> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Alex Midence" <alex.midence@xxxxxxxxx>
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>
> Hi, all,
>
> Thought I'd start a new thread for this to keep things organized.  In
> the "giving up on programming" thread, someone wrote that they wished
> there were a tutorial that could be used for progamming from a text
> editor and a command line.  Here is one I have found that I am
> currently using to learn.  I've managed to write three programs using
> this info.  So far, nothing has been said aobut using buttons, forms
> or anything like that.  The guy even suggests using a text editor and
> has a link for you to click on to select one.  Here it is:
>
> http://www.cplusplus.com/doc/tutorial/
>
> Like I said, it's working for me.  I'm using Jaws 11.0, edSharp andMinGw.
>
> Another more involved tutorial that seems more targeted at experienced
> programmers transitioning to c++ from another language is Thinking in
> c++ by Bruce Eckles.  It's available for free in html format from the
> link below.  He's also got one for java and enterprise java.  Here is
> the link:
>
> http://mindview.net/Books/DownloadSites
>
> Hope someone finds these links useful.  I'd be interested in the
> opinions of those of you out there who've been doing this for years.
> If you get a moment, please have a look at these and tell me if they
> were worth the trouble or, if I need to look somewhere else.
>
> Thanks.
>
> Alex
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