Need Help With Coding

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by Ruby Red, Oct 1, 2008.

  1. Ruby Red
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    Ruby Red Newbie

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    Hi GBATemper's,

    Never had th feeling to post until now but at the moment I am trying to learn to code to help Team Rumble.
    But I can't find anyone to teach me the art of coding.So I hope somebody could learn me C# Or C++.
    I've already installed Flash and I really want do learn it.

    Ruby
     
  2. Noitora

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    Flash has nothing to do with coding as far as I know.
    Anyway there are a few people willing to teach you here.
     
  3. Jordan10la

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    Well nothign to do with C. It has its own scripting language.
     
  4. Another World

    Another World Emulate the Planet!

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    the ability to call and process c modules from within flash has been around for awhile. so while flash does not natively support the c language, there are ways to inject it and make use of it. i don't really think you want to learn c# (c-sharp) to start with. you should download microsoft's visual c++ 2008 express edition, which is free. i know some people who compiled nds homebrew using that and palib. cluster actually only used those two items to make c|irc.

    you can find so much free knowledge on the internet. spend a few weeks and just research c/c++ and see what comes up.

    cheers,
    -another world
     
  5. UltraMagnus

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    this is a great tutorial on C http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/C_Programming

    I recommend you learn normal C first, then, if you want to learn C++, C++ is just an extension of C anyway (as its name suggests!)

    no need to pay for programming tools, GCC (pretty much the best C compiler) is free, and the guide I linked to above lists quite a few free integrated development environments.