On Apr 21, 2008, at 7:23 AM, Xavier Bourguignon wrote:
Apology accepted, no problem. Thank you.
I suppose I won't be welcome here anymore
Oh, c'mon, this is a fairly small list and I don't know of anyone here who won't accept an honest apology. Now that we know you're new to programming, as well as our own small corner of the programming universe, I'm sure people will be happy to help you.
Though some of that help may come in the form of ... "you should really read this .." etc.
Actually my first recommendation is to do what I did when I taught myself programming back in (oh lord) 1971 - read programs and figure out how they work, and ask questions if there's something you read that you don't understand. And play and experiment, too.
If you're already doing this, please don't be offended my by recommending you do what you're already doing, though, OK?
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