Read me, and I will answer all of your questions. Money back guarantee!
Granted... it was free...
But wait, you should read me. Not only am I free, I'm easy too!
But I do want to ask two things, what languages do you know right now? And how much experience do you have with programming in general?
Dont you generally just assume close to zero prior experience unless otherwise stated? I do, not sure why.
Well, I don't want to respond with, "Stop what you're doing and learn to program first." Also, there have been times where someone may know, as an example, Python, but heard that it's slow. So then they ask if they should be using C++ or C or even Java. So I ask just to get an understanding of where someone is, before doling out advice. Plus, if you don't have a solid programming background and try to use C++ & SFML or Python & PyGame, then it just causes more problems and takes longer to learn what you are supposed to learn. In some unfortunate cases, the person just gives up altogether.
Not to be off-topic, but have you finished that SFML tutorial yet?