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     Welcome to the programming web on Here we are going to try to teach anyone willing to learn how to program in their language(s) of choice. This site is created and maintained by high school and college students. They are not professionals although at times they like to think that they are. The best way to learn to program is to take an introductory course with programming. From there it will be much easier to learn other languages becuase it is only different syntax but the same concepts. The hardest part about programming is to think like a programmer.
     We only work during our free time so at times this site may look like it is never changing and at other times it may look like it is constantly changing. If you find any errors, want to help, or just have questions or comments contact us through the Contact Us link on the side. We are always willing to help or get help from BHS students/alumni.
We have made this site very easy to navigate. When you click on a language on the side it will then display a list of pages under that link. These are the pages to help you learn the language. We have also taken the convention of putting all the code in nice little boxes
like this one.

Hope you learn something from our useless knowledge and have a great time expanding your knowledge.


New Stuff
posted on Sunday, November 17, 2002 at 12:08:12 AM by Nick Galotti

Added some more HTML tutorials and slowly trying to get that done so I can move on to the fun stuff, ASP.

Work done so far.
posted on Tuesday, October 29, 2002 at 3:56:17 PM by Nick Galotti

The work done so far on this site goes as follows:
1) The CSS tutorial has been made by Kevin.
2) The General Concepts is more or less finished by Nick.
3) Brian has put up his first tutorial on C++.
4) This site has been created using HTML, ASP, and lots of CSS.
5) The news section was programmed.

Created News
posted on Monday, October 28, 2002 at 5:26:11 PM by Nick Galotti

This News section was created today. In a later post I will mention what has already been done on the site.

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