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I love the AHK help file, it really makes AHK accessible even for beginners. I also write code in Mathematica and Matlab for simulations, optimization, etc. and they too come with excellent help files. But when I google help file for java, or python or c/c++ I get nothing. Well, I get lots of resuults for various books on java and even some helpful sites, but I'd like to know if there are good, freely available help files for these programming languages with command syntax and examples, similar to AHK help file? Where? I mean if you take a course in java, or python, or c++ is there a standard chm-file they tell you download?

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thanks


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thanks

Sorry for the trouble but I didn't saw .chm file links (there was .pdf s) . Have me eyes not fell upon something.

By the way, thanks a lot for asking the question.


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Sorry for the trouble but I didn't saw .chm file links (there was .pdf s) . Have me eyes not fell upon something.

By the way, thanks a lot for asking the question.

 

i said thanks because those were useful links, but no chm files.


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i said thanks because those were useful links, but no chm files.

My intention with quoting "Thanks" was also to draw your attention.

.pdf's are good enough though.


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Not helpfiles but perhaps somebody can use it.

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