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Discussion in 'General' started by JoJo, May 12, 2016.

  1. JoJo

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    So I am asking for advice here from you guys, I will be finding myself with a lot of free time from now, and I will be learning some computer languages and figured since I'm doing that I will need somewhere to start, is there any book, websites, or anything else that comes to mind that is a good resource of knowledge to get started with?
     
  2. Qosmiof2

    Qosmiof2 Qosidog3 - I write bots not tragedies.

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    Okay. You ofcourse have different languages for different use.

    You can use Java for anything, i heard C and C#,C++ are for PC only (most games and robots/vehicles are written in that language i think), then you have web languages (PHP,Ruby on rails, html, css, javascript (-> jquery), phyton and probably more that i dont really know atm.

    Tell us what you want to do with your programming skills
     
  3. JoJo

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    To begin with just creating bots for runemate, then I plan to expand from that to other languages html 5 being the second thing I want to move on to. I have a little experience with c++ but nothing that I shouldn't relearn. @Qosmiof2
     
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  4. Party

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    I just started writing a series on coding for RuneMate, you can find it here: Tutorial - The Coding Chronicles - for a Newb, by a Newb | Community | RuneMate

    Personally I found Java quite fun to jump into given that I've not coded previously, so I naturally would recommend that. There's plenty resources about to get started.
     
  5. JoJo

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    So what language does runemate code in specifically ? Java?
     
  6. Saiyan

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    Yeah java
     
  7. JoJo

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    Any compiler you guys prefer I kno I won't be working with a complex one for a bit I have used eclipse in the past.
     
  8. Party

    Party The Favourite

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    For use with Java? Just use IntelliJ.
     
  9. Salvation

    Salvation First Bot Author

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    What do you think iOS apps are written with? Or Windows Phone apps?
     
  10. Topedia

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    There is only one compiler for Java, that is the standard javac you get with the JDK from oracle.
    As to what IDE you should use, i would personally recommend IntelliJ but Eclipse is older and therefore more established and is a completely valid option.
     
  11. Devphreak

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    Runemate and it's script bot run java code. Java is easy asf as long as you have common sense and you can use Google or the docs. I wouldn't suggest starting with c or cpp either because IMHO you should learn oop first
     
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