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Well, most of my knowledge of learnt from many sites so i'll list a few for ya :)

http://www.pscode.com - The mother load of all programming languages tutorials and examples
http://www.freevbcode.com - Another good site
http://code.box.sk - another multi-lang programming site
http://www.allapi.net - Site discontinued but still a mine field of info


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I'll do the same for Delphi:

Torry.net - Great site for Delphi componenets
About Delphi - Lots of tutorials and information
PlanetSourceCode - Lots of sample code and components
There are more, but these are the ones I visit; evetually helping me build ClearInfo.

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Was just wondering.. Where can I download delphi (I'm not refering to warez) or is there a trial version for it ? or do I have to buy it?
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You dont have to buy it and it is not a trial version. You canget a serial number through their site. For Delphi 6 itself, I found it here after some searching. You will need to activate it and get a serial number from their site before you can use it.

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it is possible to buy a pc magazine and the ones i buy usually come with free versions of delphi for personal use :)

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The magazines give you Delphi 7 though; not sure if it makes apps require the .NET framework. Anybody have a link to download it though (Personal Ed.)? :)

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Thanx, I will try this out this week.. hope I can develop somethin :)
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Thanx, I will try this out this week.. hope I can develop somethin :rolleyes:

hehe.. good luck Filer :)

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Some forums for VB6, if you need any further help!

http://www.visualbasicforum.com/
http://www.vbforums.com/
http://www.vbip.com/

And a nice site, with a lot of example code, source code download and discription:
http://www.vbaccelerator.com/

There ya go!
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Many good tips for C++ Builder : Temporal Doorway

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For Python:
http://diveintopython.org/
http://www.vex.net/parnassus/
http://www.pygame.org/
http://docs.python.org/tut/tut.html

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http://searchvb.techtarget.com Very nice!
http://www.vbcode.com (in relation with searchvb)

http://www.vbaccelerator.com
[VB] [VB.NET] [C#]


http://www.codeguru.com cool! (source Codes & Articles)
[VB] [VB.NET] [C#] [VC++/C++][VC++.NET]

http://www.codearchive.com cool!
(all languages)

http://planet-source-code.com/ (source Codes & Articles)
(all languages / All OS)


http://www.a1vbcode.com good

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Hello everybody,

This is a great portal, which covers most programming languages:

La web del programador.

BTW, it's in spanish.

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Hello All,

I am new to c programing, shall i get borland c++ builder and start with it or borland turbo c , please suggest and guide me, many thanks and regards

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@Mutahir
since you can write regular c with c++ builder, but not c++ with turbo c, you might as well get c++ builder. In any event you will have to learn c first before you get into the OO aspects of c++.

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Another very fine site containg tons of code for different languages and frameworks:

http://www.codeproject.com

and a excellent forum about C# Programming (German language only)

http://www.mycsharp.de
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A couple "essentials" for the VB6 people. :unsure:

About the best VB6 book on the 'net: Hardcore Visual Basic

Quality, stable, API stuff from Carles PV: Carles PV on PSC

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http://www.xtremedotnettalk.com/
[.NET]

http://www.xtremevbtalk.com/
[Legacy VB]

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I`m medium advanced to programming in Microsoft visual c++, but i don`t know, how to use sql commands in c++. :}

Do you know something about it?

Thaanks

Edited by Zajo, 07 December 2005 - 08:03 AM.


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http://www.ocaml-tutorial.org/

A pleasure to read.
Et en français aussi.

I hope I'm not the only one learning (o)caml. :)

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Not programming... but usefull nevertheless!
http://www.microsoft...er/default.mspx

Usefull resource about VBScripting (especially WMI)
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A good site for learning PYTHON
http://www.freenetpa.../hp/alan.gauld/

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ftp://ftp.oreilly.de/pub/examples/english_examples/9780735620476/cd_contents/Tools/script56.chm
Searchable Microsoft Windows Script Technologies CHM help file 2.78MB
circa JScript version 5.6 , VBScript & WSH.
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http://wsh2.uw.hu/index.html
Microsoft Windows Script Host 2.0 Developer's Guide (htm webpages Book)
"This electronic book was originally created-and still may be purchased-as a print book.
For simplicity, the electronic version of this book has been modified as little as possible
from its original form. For instance, there may be occasional references to sample files
that come with the book. These files are available with the print version, but are not
provided in this electronic edition
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e.g.;
http://wsh2.uw.hu/ch07c.html
Environment Variables Set by the OS vbs/WSH, JScript
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http://www.ericphelps.com/index.htm
Says "If you want to write ASP or web pages with scripting, you'll have lots of
of friends. But if you want to write utilities using the WSH, you're on your
own. There aren't many good sources of help out there. So let me offer what
I have. By the way -- all I do is Visual Basic Scripting. No JavaScript here."
Scripting links, Links to Script editors, and to Code Samples.
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http://www.weijers.net/guide/intro.php
Says "guide to HTML... it has grown to include some Javascript, Server Side Includes, CGI,
Perl, information on Style Sheets and other things that are not strictly speaking HTML."
Grounding in PHP , Perl, JavaScript, as pertains to their usage in a website.
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http://www.michaelho...RevisionHistory
Michael's Backup Script vbs/WSH
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http://www.silentrun...termsofuse.html
Purpose: Silent Runners.vbs identifies the programs that start up when Windows starts (Win95 to Win8 x32/x64).
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http://www.vbscriptexperts.com
a 'Pay to Access', 'time limited free trial' Forum
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http://en.wikipedia....xperts-Exchange
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http://msdn.microsof...5(v=vs.84).aspx
Webpage that lists VBScript version (by Host application) with Language Element

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[ WinSCP (Windows Secure CoPy) is a free and open-source SFTP, SCP and FTP client for Microsoft Windows.

Its main function is secure file transfer between a local and a remote computer. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WinSCP ]
http://winscp.net/eng/docs/scripting
Says "In addition to graphical interface, WinSCP offers scripting/console interface with many commands.

The commands can be typed in interactively, or read from script file or another source.
Using scripting interface directly is recommended for simple tasks not requiring any control structures."


Edited by buyerninety, 13 December 2013 - 01:29 AM.





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