At 2/26/04 01:27 AM, Firebird2k wrote:
Why the hell is everybody saying you Need To learn HTML before anything else? HTML is not a Dynamic Language. That will not help you one bit when you get to higher-end programming languages.
No, it isn't a dynamic language, and it won't help people when thay get to higher-end programming, but its a easy to learn, quick markup script, that will help people get off the ground. Whats the point in creating programs in C/C++, VB, Java etc, if you havn't got a way to distribute them,
I would start with Basic. It will give you the feel for programming, but it keeps it Basic at the same time. Then move into Visual Basic, get used to different API calls, then either Java, C, or Delphi if you are feeling Brave.
And how the hell are you suposed to learn it. After HTML, I wanted to learn BASIC, and crawled all over the internet trying to find a tutorial. I never did find one, and ended up trying to learn PHP, VB, and probobly some others that I gave up on too early to remember them.