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tycoonie259
Posted 2013年08月31日 - 5:33 JST #16485



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Okay guys,

 

I recently started programming in C (using "C for dummies",currently on chapter 8 of 28),though I don't really know what I should do afterwards.

 

Suggestions/tips?

 

I would like to use that knowledge to contribute to dshack.org if that's possible.

 

 

Thanks

 

 


Szymmy_Saurus.cia
Posted 2013年08月31日 - 5:47 JST #16486

GRAWR :3

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Okay guys,

I recently started programming in Java (using "Java Documentation", currently after first set of guides), through I don't really know what should I do afterwards.
 

Suggestions/tips?

I would like to use that knowledge to contribute to dshack.org if that's possible.


Thanks.


I know that feel, terrible, huh? :<


Pachirisu
Posted 2013年08月31日 - 16:54 JST #16489



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I have asked some friends here, because Japan is filled with programmers.
They tell me it depends on what you want to do.
Windows? C#.
Mac or iOS? Objective-C.
Linux? C/C++.
Android, cell, or web? Java.
Only web? PHP, Ruby, or Perl.
Games? C/C++.
Flash? Flash.

Games are always best with C or C++, no matter what platform.
Any other stuff are the best choices for their representative platform.

A Java programmer told me Java isn't the very best choice for the most of the time.
You can make it available for most platforms, you don't need to care about the hardware (unlike C/C++), but you will still need a runtime installed and recompile for each platform.

tycoonie259
Posted 2013年09月01日 - 3:44 JST #16492



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Okay guys,

I recently started programming in Java (using "Java Documentation", currently after first set of guides), through I don't really know what should I do afterwards.
 

Suggestions/tips?

I would like to use that knowledge to contribute to dshack.org if that's possible.


Thanks.


I know that feel, terrible, huh? :<

I'm going to start with C++ after C for dummies,too bad you chose java,otherwise we could work together on OPENSOURCE-software


Szymmy_Saurus.cia
Posted 2013年09月01日 - 4:50 JST #16493

GRAWR :3

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Tycoonie + Szymbar + Dirb = Projects both C and Java at once. ;)


tycoonie259
Posted 2013年09月01日 - 19:00 JST #16496



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Tycoonie + Szymbar + Dirb = Projects both C and Java at once. ;)

C is just temporary to get familiar with programming,I'll start C++ soon. Since I only plan to program for windows and games, C++ would be the optimal language for me. But why did you chose Java?


Szymmy_Saurus.cia
Posted 2013年09月01日 - 19:44 JST #16497

GRAWR :3

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Ymmmm Dirby said it's the easiest plus I can use NSMBe resources for hacking tools in the future.


tycoonie259
Posted 2013年09月01日 - 21:35 JST #16498



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Ymmmm Dirby said it's the easiest plus I can use NSMBe resources for hacking tools in the future.

Okay,that sucks. Java is easier indeed,and you can't screw it up like with C++. But java is less likely to be used for games and homebrew. Is there a way to combine java and C/C++?


Pachirisu
Posted 2013年09月01日 - 21:39 JST #16499



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There is no way to combine Java with C/C++.
You can't combine an apple with a banana neither.

tycoonie259
Posted 2013年09月02日 - 0:49 JST #16504



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There is no way to combine Java with C/C++.
You can't combine an apple with a banana neither.

Too bad,I hoped for a fruit mix.

Szymmy,I gues you'll learn ASM afterwards?


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