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Hiram
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Hey man, thank you! :D

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I suggest to Learn
1.HTML
2.C++
3.JAVA
4.Perl
5.Lisp
[Learn The languages in this order only]
Java is a bit difficult...(Really Difficult)...but its really helpful!
Can you tell me Please,which Books do you recommend me for each one of those Languages [ HTML , C++ , JAVA and Perl ] ( In English Please and for Beginners: means Who knows absolutely nothing about it )
thank You

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voorbeeldc wrote:
I suggest to Learn
1.HTML
2.C++
3.JAVA
4.Perl
5.Lisp
[Learn The languages in this order only]
Java is a bit difficult...(Really Difficult)...but its really helpful!
Can you tell me Please,which Books do you recommend me for each one of those Languages [ HTML , C++ , JAVA and Perl ] ( In English Please and for Beginners: means Who knows absolutely nothing about it )
thank You
http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/HTML

You can search for the rest there too.
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Post by voorbeeldc »

http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/HTML

You can search for the rest there too
Errrm , I dont think this is the Answer that i want ... I need recommended books (not a website OR Ebooks) ! Besides the above-named website is not useful that much.. i read it before.

Thank You

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Post by Waar »

Well if those options don't work for you then you should run down to your local bookstore, after you've done some research on your own. Go to websites like amazon and see whats others think about certain books, even this website has good a good e-book selection that can help you get started with and help you in looking for that perfect book.

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thank you for this and the forum :)

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I'm not the person to to say thanks as i didn't write this, but i would like to say welcome to the forum. When you have a little time, write an introduction in the "Introduce Yourself" thread in the general discussion forum.

I hope you learn a lot here ^_^
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