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KimboTiger

Member Since 05 Aug 2004
Offline Last Active Dec 05 2012 07:47 AM

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In Topic: Best language to start programming in?

05 December 2012 - 07:51 AM

I recommend to learn C from this book C in a Nutshell and would you would need to have access to linux/osx as your development system.
When your through with the 200 pages (part 1) you would have gone from totally nothing to an advance beginner.
What I really like about this book is that you write your example code (getting coding exercise) while reading about the subject.
You could learn C with in a week and if you're fast even less time.

After that you're next step should learning C++, after that OpenGL, then then ... before you know it you are creating games.

In Topic: Looking for RTS source code in c# or other to learn off it!

05 February 2005 - 07:41 AM

I have also searched the inet for a complete game project(source code), just to learn how things should be done.

Could anyone help me?


In Topic: An ideal IDE?

05 August 2004 - 02:05 AM

Thanks, I will look at it... must install C# first!

But one last thing: How fast is C#? (as C/C++?) and is C# a good platform to make games?

In Topic: An ideal IDE?

05 August 2004 - 12:55 AM

I got a similar problem, I have been using VB6 for a couple year now and is just about started with VC6.

I do understand C/C++ but when it comes to windows-stuff it halts.

I think it's very difficult to make apps with VC6 (Win32), I think MSDN is not a very good source to learn from..
What alternative offline-sources could I get? (I know this is a VERY stupid question to ask)

Is there any good guides/tutorials to switch from VB6 to VC6? (Would be very pleased to know)

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