Since i have been reading alot of the tutorials on this site and found them to be exceptionally helpful i decided to post and say hello and i am a complete novice at programing i need help i can make basic sentances in a compiler i know basic things on how to start a program and i know that it has to start with a # i think most of the time inless u got comments before it // and i know to speak its cout«"speak\n"; and i know that all programs end with a } thats pretty mush all i know so i hope you guys cann help me
BASIC is much, much easier to use than C. I recommend FreeBASIC. You can find the download link on the Getting Started with FreeBASIC page and our Hello World Tutorial will show you the very first lines of code you need to understand.
After you've read and worked your way through that tutorial, you can take a look at the rest of our FreeBASIC tutorials.
PS, if you need any more help, feel free to ask questions. That's what GDN is here for. :)
thamk you very much i tried free basic and found it to be different from c/c++ its really not my thing i enjoy c++ very much but i just always seem to be missing things like a spacbar or return or a ; at the end of the line i realised this forum deals with the basics and found them to be very intresting as i started out with c++ i have found thst i find this as a good language for me i can do basic things in dos and stuff i tried this with free basic too and found that the window would not stay open for more than 0.001 or a second i tried adding a stop function wih no success also with free basic it is not a built in compiler/debugger/texteditor and it was confusing starting with a dos application everytime before i realised i needed a compiler oh well thats my story on freebasic