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Aman Siddiqui

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    The best book available for Lua is probably the second edition of Programming in Lua -- it's not game specific, but it's an excellent explanation of the language written the the chief architect of the language. If you can't afford to purchase the second edition you can find the full text of the first edition available for free online. There have been some changes to the language, and some of the information is out-dated, but the majority of the information is still relevant. The reference manual is also an excellent resource, and there are some good user-provided tutorials for the language here. Between those and the documentation for LOVE you should have plenty of information to get started! [/quote] Woah, thanks again ^.^ I'll probably buy that book with the rest, tons of great programing books for different languages out there. I'll probably grab a few C# and Java books.
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    Such big words! Lol, thanks. Looking into Lua and some good books.
  3. Aman Siddiqui

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    Really appreciate the reply, thanks And bad english? Lol, understandable to me.
  4. Aman Siddiqui

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    Oh my, thank you so much. That's exactly what I'm having trouble with, not focusing. I'll definitely check those out, thanks again<3
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    [font=arial,helvetica,sans-serif]Hey everyone. I recently started getting into the coding world and I've had quite some trouble trying to learn and find out which language is best for me. I started coding in Java a year ago, then quit because i just didn't feel lt.. Then i went into Graphics and started learning photoshop and 3D modeling and stuff like that. I've really wanted to learn a language, or languages but i honestly cant... I was wondering if someone could help point me in the right direction. Like, should i keep coding in Java? I honestly don't know what it's used for, and i hear C# and C++ are really good languages to learn, but a little too hard. And i would love some tutorials or even books.[/font] Thanks dudes By the way, I'm only 13
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