Programming languages support under PINE64
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Replying to the comment above on learning programming from Scratch, I'd like to say that it's a nice options in order to get to know a little more about coding itself indeed! Moreover, that would suit well not for children only, but for adults too, despite how cartoonish it looks  Big Grin To be blunt, that was one of the things I've started learning programming with in my late 20's. So I've decided to start with java, because they said this is the most easy-to-understand backend language, and I had pretty nice and full-detailed source to learn all the fundamentals of java https://explainjava.com/category/java/ So it turned out in a simple fashion for me. So, when it comes to learning coding with zero experience under your belt, it always would be nice to have one or two info sources to stand with


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RE: Programming languages support under PINE64 - by kaokaobang - 03-09-2018, 01:52 AM

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