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resources for learning a programming language

22 Sep 2018, 15:52

- I'm interested in any good resources for learning specific or multiple programming languages.
- E.g. text/video.


- I may add to this list in future, but for now I'll mention:

[for his playlists and 'Learn in One Video' videos]
Derek Banas - YouTube ... _polymer=1
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Rosetta Code

[code examples (C++) (example scripts by me and GitHub links at the bottom)]
AutoHotkey C++ Powerhouse: Introduction - AutoHotkey Community

[good for any very basic questions]
Stack Overflow - Where Developers Learn, Share, & Build Careers

[specific websites for a particular language]

[for Maxima CAS and other maths freeware (e.g. Octave/FreeMat)]
[highly-recommended freeware for anyone doing secondary school or university maths (high school or college math)]
Andrew Norman - YouTube
Maxima CAS Tutorials - YouTube

[for some 'how does it work' questions: PCs, txt/bmp/wav, ico, midi, CRC-32 hash]
jeeswg's homepage - AutoHotkey Community


- Generally I like materials that cover the core of: strings, mathematics, linear/associative arrays.

- To be honest I don't really need any resources right now myself, but I thought it would be an interesting question to ask.
- Thanks for reading.

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