Wanna learn Programming
Ami programming-e agrohi....konta die shuru korbo???
JAVA or C or Something else....
Amake ekjon bolse 'C' die shuru korte....
'C' er upor kono valo writer er boier khoj dite parben???
Ami Chittagong-e thaki...
A quick Google search will provide you with alot of good resources.
I didn't have an Internet connection when I started out learning programming.
"Teach Yourself C" by Herbert Schildt is a good book you can use.
But then again, Google is your friend.
Don't start with C. It teaches bad practices that are hard to give up, and it's useless unless you are into systems programming or kernel hacking. If you must start with something from the C lineage, try C++.
I personally recommend starting with Java, or maybe even a higher level language like Python.
Originally Posted by CvP
Start Cpp. When accumulated with it then try others.
By the way I am saying this for you if you are into system programming. Otherwise No.
For a long period of time people have been advocating Java as a beginner's language. This has changed. Python is the in-thing now. But that doesn't mean Java is going anywhere. Hell, it's everywhere!
You can learn Python quickly, after which you can familiarise yourself with C/C++ (you can optimise a lot of your Python routines with them), then jump in to Java. Python also acquaints you with different programming paradigms, like functional programming (through which you can get into Haskell). Lua is also a good pick if you think Java is a waste of time (used a lot for video game scripting). If you find yourself dealing with text files a lot, Perl can help (it was the king of web before PHP). If you are out of work and still dislike Java, go for Ruby. If you're hell bent on becoming a video game cracker, don't miss out on x86 assembly.
Anyway, in most of Europe and North America, institutions have begun to adopt Python as their first-year language for CS students. It also serves the needs of other departments where scripting and special-purpose programming is required because Python syntax is actually human-friendly (it is almost like natural English). However, if you want to make lots of money (and it's not a passion or anything that you choose to program), then drag your ¤¤¤ through some Java classes.
Caveat: I'm a Pythonist. More specifically, PyQt .
Originally Posted by QuadStorm
c++ shikhte chaile herbert schildt er 'Teach Yourself C++' boi poren.... net e pdf khujsi onek pai nai... google books e online e porte hobe othoba dokan theke kinte hobe.
obosso amar kase c easier mone hoise... Let Us C by kanetkar
You should learn C. The more you practice the more you learn.
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