how to code

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Feb 20, 2012

how to code by supermegamanxl at 6:08 AM (584 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. supermegamanxl
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    Newcomer supermegamanxl Member

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    i want to code but not had much experience any tips or sites to help me code better cause i have a project but need to code it =)
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    http://primerlabs.com/codehero

    In a way I'm joking, but maybe you could learn something from it.


    Specifically what language are you wanting to learn?

    EDIT: Oh, just noticed what section you posted it. So you're wanting to make a DS game.
    It's not as easy as you think, and other people are sure to tell you precisely why.
     
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    i figure that but i do have some coding knowlede but i want to make a ds game if it take a lot of time so be it alest i shall learn =)
     
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    I would recommend getting the basics of C down by learning on a PC first.

    Get CodeBlocks -- download and install it. http://sourceforge.n...mingw-setup.exe
    This pdf looks good as is a reasonable length: http://phy.ntnu.edu....chen/ctutor.pdf
    Learn by typing the examples up and compiling them.

    Once you have these C basics down download DevkitPro and start playing around with the example .nds programs to learn the peculiarities of the DS system. http://sourceforge.net/projects/devkitpro/files/Automated%20Installer/devkitProUpdater-1.5.0.exe/download
    I usually start my projects off one of the examples. It's a good way to do things. :)
     
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    thanks snail for the tip
     
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