Learn Programming Easily (Free) (in Off-topic)

ResistanZ June 1 2012 11:00 PM EDT

I was just checking out Reddit and stumbled upon this:


It teaches you programming (Java I think this is?) and lets you compile code right from the website. I just started the first lesson and I thought I would share.

Phoenix [The Forgehood] June 1 2012 11:10 PM EDT

I saw if (codemaster === false)
and I thought: Um... 3 equal signs?

Sickone June 2 2012 12:35 AM EDT

One equal is assignment.
Two equals is comparison of value (for instance, comparing the boolean value "FALSE" with the numerical value "0" would return true).
Three equals is comparison of value and variable type (same example as above would return false).

Demigod June 2 2012 3:23 AM EDT

Drunk post: I've been hooked on Reddit for a few months now. It's oddly very addictive. They offer a baby version of Khan Academy known as:


AdminQBVerifex [Serenity In Chaos] June 3 2012 1:52 AM EDT

Here's a really cool tool for learning programming: http://people.csail.mit.edu/pgbovine/python/tutor.html#mode=visualize

ResistanZ June 3 2012 12:56 PM EDT

^ So that's a lot like the website I posted except it teaches you nothing. :\
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