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RE: [SLE] Linux programming
- From: samelash@xxxxxxxxxxxxx (Samy Elashmawy)
- Date: Fri, 12 May 2000 09:28:54 +0000
- Message-id: <220.127.116.11.20000512092854.00fda80c@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Yep l, some one posted the url , and I liked what I read about it. Plan on
ordering it , Like what I saw.
Right now I am down loading a python tutorial and will read it over the
At 08:45 AM 5/11/2000 +0100, dids wrote:
>I bought an EXCELLENT book the other day. Beginning Linux Programming by
>Wrox Press ( like their stuff )
>it covers bash/shell programming, perl, gtk, C and lots of other things. It
>really is quite useful. Unfortunately
>I havent had time to use it much. But if i needed to get going this would be
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Samy Elashmawy [mailto:samelash@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]
>> Sent: 10 May 2000 18:44
>> To: speaker1; suse-linux-e@xxxxxxxx
>> Subject: Re: [SLE] Linux programming
>> for c/c++ you will need a compiler , a linker and some sort of
>> text edior.
>> I like JIPE a java editer , it can be used on windows and linux
>> so you have
>> the same interface to deal with.
>> You may want to start with somthinh a bit easier.
>> ie java , whickh is similar to c/c++ but you will not need a
>> linker and the
>> JDK has all you need but the editer (you can use jipe , emacs, or vi or
>> even plian ol joe) Most all of what you learn frpom java you can cary over
>> to C/C++. java has built in garbage collection , and therefpore
>> no pionters.
>> Other options are pearl , tcl/tk , and python. All are interpeted and can
>> be used at the command propmt kind of like bdase III . This moths linux
>> journal has a whole python insert and several articals on python as well.
>> Python is much more slicker and better at oop acording to one of the
>> artiucal(lets not start a labguage war)Any way its a much newer one than
>> perl and tcl/tk so its more slicker and suports opp a lot better.
>> I have just gotten a TYS python , as I liked what I read in the articals.
>> Java is real neat inits multi platform ability (python cando both
>> to) but seems to be stumbling las six months or so.
>> Just my .02 from a begining leval programer to be If I can ever finish a
>> programing book.I have palyed around with clarion on dos , a
>> little clipper
>> , and sstarted some Java at least with java what I learn can be taken over
>> to c/c++ , but python looks promising as well.
>> At 04:19 PM 5/10/2000 -0500, speaker1 wrote:
>> >I would like to know where to start in Linux programing- I started to
>> >read some information on text editors, what do I need to know , also
>> >info on compilers? Can I use the installed XEmacs on 6.3 or do I need
>> >gcc and gcc frontend to start?
>> >PS- I am a newbie to Linux and starting programming VB-only for my job,
>> >but I want a broader base.
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