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Ok i am very, very new to game developing and i was wondering what do you think would be the right lang. for a beginner to start off with? like c++, delphi, VB? what? please help thanks!.....

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In addition, to avoid future embarassment, I suggest you read the following document thoroughly multiple times.

http://www.tuxedo.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html

This is your first day. Don''t come in acting like an ungrateful jackass, especially since the second post DID answer your question.

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Try going with Basic first(any form). Then move on to more advanced languages like C/C++. This way, you''ll get a solid knowledge of fundamentals of programming, and will have an easier time learning those hard languages. Oh yeah, btw, don''t go asking questions if you won''t accept them.

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quote:
Original post by ZealousElixir
He tried to be kind, idiot.

Do you think that suggesting Brainfuck as a suitable language for anything is "trying to be kind"? The Smart Questions FAQ is usually recommended to people who have acted like a loser. I see only one person fitting that description in this thread. I''ll give you a clue: it''s not the OP. If you have no interest in helping someone on the right path to becoming a programmer, then please don''t make a fool of yourself about it.


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