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Currently taking C++ and my professor has a thick accent so I can't understand her very well. I went on a mission to find some sort of tutorial that could help me, and I found this. It helped clarify a few things I didn't understand, sharing because it might help you too. Video tutorials are provided.

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Thanks to [MENTION=209875]Jett[/MENTION] for providing a few more sources that may help with Programming. I'd like to point out that you'll probably be doing more reading here rather than watching videos.

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[*]Best free tutorials website (go to the "TUTORIALS LIBRARY" dropdown menu):
[*][url=http://www.tutorialspoint.com/]Tutorials Point[/url]
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[*]Quick link for programming languages:
[*][url=http://www.tutorialspoint.com/computer_programming_tutorials.htm]Tutorials for Computer Programming Languages[/url]
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[quote name='Jett']This site provides quick references, guides, and complete tutorials for free. They even offer instructor led online training for lower prices than you will find most other places. I've taken a couple of their courses and can vouch that the instructors are professionals at the subject matter they teach.[/QUOTE] Edited by Vesta Main

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Interesting, Thank you for this.

Right now I'm using "Beginning Programming with Java for Dummies" Only on page 52 lol haven't really started learning anything yet.

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[quote name='Derpec']Interesting, Thank you for this.

Right now I'm using "Beginning Programming with Java for Dummies" Only on page 52 lol haven't really started learning anything yet.[/QUOTE]

If you're getting bored with that, try the link I provided, it keeps it sort of interesting giving an exercise after every video. You can do both if you'd like (read the book + link that I provided), it'll get stuck in your head :cool:

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Best free tutorials website (go to the "TUTORIALS LIBRARY" dropdown menu):
[URL="http://www.tutorialspoint.com"]tutorials point[/URL]

Quick link for programming languages:
[URL="http://www.tutorialspoint.com/computer_programming_tutorials.htm"]Tutorials for Computer Programming Languages[/URL]

This site provides quick references, guides, and complete tutorials for free. They even offer instructor led online training for lower prices than you will find most other places. I've taken a couple of their courses and can vouch that the instructors are professionals at the subject matter they teach.

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[quote name='Jett']Best free tutorials website (go to the "TUTORIALS LIBRARY" dropdown menu):
[URL="http://www.tutorialspoint.com"]tutorials point[/URL]

Quick link for programming languages:
[URL="http://www.tutorialspoint.com/computer_programming_tutorials.htm"]Tutorials for Computer Programming Languages[/URL]

This site provides quick references, guides, and complete tutorials for free. They even offer instructor led online training for lower prices than you will find most other places. I've taken a couple of their courses and can vouch that the instructors are professionals at the subject matter they teach.[/QUOTE]

I'll add these to the original post and check it out!

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