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Posted on 24-05-07 22:28
Hey! I just started at this website. My friend introduced me to it. I've been wanting to get into computer programming / hacking for a while, so I thought this would be a nice place to start. I've taken a class on HTML so I know a little bit in that field.

I've been hoping to learn alot about hacking, and I was looking for some good places, articles, and tips to help me start out on.

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Posted on 24-05-07 22:35
Welcome, you have all the tools right in front of you. To your left you have articles on just about everything you want to know. Yes, even challenges... Also there is a search option for the forum that will come in handy. Remember that google knows everything that this site doesn't so make sure to use it... A LOT!!!!! HAVE FUNGrin


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Posted on 24-05-07 22:39
since you only know a little HTML you can learn it fully, among other things, at www.w3schools.com
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Posted on 24-05-07 22:43
Hello Rever.
A good place to start if you want to hack is learn how websites/computers work. Learn a language like asp or php and get familiar with basic website structure, or if you want to make applications learn C/C++ or python. Good Luck, and remember, you won't become a hacker overnight just because you joined this site.


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Posted on 25-05-07 01:35
Yeah, i'm learning C++ next year and I might take another HTML class, not sure though.

I'm having trouble getting through the basic training, even with some articles. I feel like such a newbie >.<


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Posted on 25-05-07 01:57
read a lot of books, real print ones.

and if it's the challenges you're having trouble with, generally all the answers are in the articles to the left or in old forum posts.

good luck, and most importantly, have a good time.
if you're bored, you're in the wrong place.
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Posted on 25-05-07 02:59
I have a c++ book but it's kind of boring, if I have nothing better to do I might skim it.

Anyone have any good links, inside or outside this website which is good for newbies?


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Posted on 27-05-07 04:17
Rever wrote:
I have a c++ book but it's kind of boring, if I have nothing better to do I might skim it.



persistence is key .. when it comes to learning languages and such boring can get alot of fun down the road man


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Posted on 27-05-07 09:43
skimming a language book is a waste of time if it's your first language. You need to sit down in front of your computer and actually DO it.


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Posted on 27-05-07 10:51
if you want to start programming, learn Q-Basic first.

very easy and you soon pick up the programming structure which you can apply to other languages.


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Posted on 27-05-07 11:09
Ha Ha QB FTW!!!!

lol i've still got my RPG i wrote in QB somewhere... like zork but shitter.


HEY!!!

*richo goes to play zork**


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Posted on 27-05-07 11:42
Learn HTML, just do the whole thing, until you can open notepad, get a few images and make a website (well... a page) that looks half decent.

Then i'd say PHP, its fairly simple to learn (although harder to master Pfft) and will really help, as its more of a language than HTML.

I think then i'd try either C or VB, C is much more powerful, but VB is simple, and good for beginners.


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Posted on 31-07-07 18:55
lukem_95 wrote:
Learn HTML, just do the whole thing, until you can open notepad, get a few images and make a website (well... a page) that looks half decent.

Then i'd say PHP, its fairly simple to learn (although harder to master Pfft) and will really help, as its more of a language than HTML.

I think then i'd try either C or VB, C is much more powerful, but VB is simple, and good for beginners.


How far should I go into HTML? I know up to making tables. That's about it. I've been told to look into javascript by some members here and that has always caught my attention.

So my question is...

Should I take another course of HTML or go into Javascript? And is Java and Javascript the same thing? I'm pretty sure not but just checking.