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DarkBASIC Discussion / Looking for real beginners guide for darkbasic

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Aj West
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Posted: 19th Jun 2010 02:05
I know nothing of programming and need to start from the beginning. Can someone point me in the direction of a great tutorial/learners guide. Please forgive if his is in the wrong spot I tried looking up beginners guide and I found one but it didnt start me from the beginning. It acted like I already knew the terminalligy. I tried to do Darkbasic's beginners guide but it kept comming up as invalid page or nothing there. So if anyone can h elp I would really appreciate it.


Please forgive my poor grammer its been like that for 28 yrs it will never change.

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Latch
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Posted: 19th Jun 2010 05:15 Edited at: 19th Jun 2010 05:16
Hello,

At the tops of the forum boards are messages that are "stickied" or remain permanently at the top. These messages hold information to questions that are asked often, ways of performing common tasks, or general information to help with using DarkBASIC.

One the sticky posts is TDK's Tutorials. Reading through this and trying out the examples codes is a great way to get your feet wet and to get a handle on DarkBASIC:

TDK's Tutorials

Enjoy your day.
Aj West
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Posted: 19th Jun 2010 10:35
thanks a ton man.

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Posted: 20th Jun 2010 02:23
Also if you can find it, there was a book published several years back called The Beginner's Guide to DarkBASIC Game Programming. Its a really good reference, but I would definitely start with TDK's tutorials.

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