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Hey, I've been registered on this website for 1 year now and I've learned a whole lot from it. There are lots of different languages to learn, for example: Python, Website Fundamentals, Javascript Fundamentals and Ruby. You can also learn the basics of JQuery.

Check it out right here: http://www.codecademy.com/
 
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Why has nobody ever put this up before? I RLY NEEDID IT SO I COULDED BE BETTAR AT COMPUTARS! DAMN! But anyway thank you I'm sure it'll come in handy for me! :D
 

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This is very useful.

I'm currently using it to learn basic HTML and such. Going to use this website to learn the basics of more languages.
 

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Started to learn python on it since I hear it's a good language to start with. Seems pretty good so far, explains things very well.
 
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I'm glad you all have such a high use of this website :)
 

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Glad you showed us!

Repping you!
 

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Python is a starter language, it's powerful, but simple, and not used in many things..
Java is the new C++, used in many different things I suppose.
C++ is older, but still used to create many different windows applications.
Javascript is.. well.. a type of web script I guess?
 

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Python is a starter language, it's powerful, but simple, and not used in many things..
Java is the new C++, used in many different things I suppose.
C++ is older, but still used to create many different windows applications.
Javascript is.. well.. a type of web script I guess?
Define?
A lot of sites and companies use Python instead of PHP. (e.g. Google)
 

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Python is a starter language, it's powerful, but simple, and not used in many things..
You're totally wrong buddy. It indeed is simple and powerful but you are wrong that it's not used. It has its use basically everywhere, from simple console scripts, through scripting embeds and web applications, to desktop GUI applications.

C++ is older, but still used to create many different windows applications.
It is old however it's still being developed and expanded (C++11 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia).
 
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Python is a starter language, it's powerful, but simple, and not used in many things..
Java is the new C++, used in many different things I suppose.
C++ is older, but still used to create many different windows applications.
Javascript is.. well.. a type of web script I guess?
What does that post have to do with this thread?
 

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I was looking at javascript, then got stuck on an excercise last night :p

Think I'll be starting with HTML / CSS to get to know the website and to learn CSS properly. Then I guess I'll move to something else :D

Thanks for this, really helpful.
 
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I was looking at javascript, then got stuck on an excercise last night :p

Think I'll be starting with HTML / CSS to get to know the website and to learn CSS properly. Then I guess I'll move to something else :D

Thanks for this, really helpful.
Most CSS's looks like this:

Code:
class {
       width: 100px;
       height: 100px;
}
 
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