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April 18, 2012
learn.newbie forum
I think there should be a learn.newbie forum.  After I post my 
little problems of a sample code snippet that won't compile, I 
read some of the other threads.  There are those c/c++ 
programmers learning the ins/outs of D and then there are the 
greenies like me.  Just a thought.
April 18, 2012
Re: learn.newbie forum
On Wed, 18 Apr 2012 14:19:27 +0200, Paul <phshaffer@gmail.com> wrote:

> I think there should be a learn.newbie forum.  After I post my little  
> problems of a sample code snippet that won't compile, I read some of the  
> other threads.  There are those c/c++ programmers learning the ins/outs  
> of D and then there are the greenies like me.  Just a thought.

AFAIK, newbie posts are more than welcome here.
If you have general programming related questions, you might get better  
and faster answers at http://stackoverflow.com
April 18, 2012
Re: learn.newbie forum
Le 18/04/2012 14:19, Paul a écrit :
> I think there should be a learn.newbie forum.  After I post my little
> problems of a sample code snippet that won't compile, I read some of the
> other threads.  There are those c/c++ programmers learning the ins/outs
> of D and then there are the greenies like me.  Just a thought.

D is a very complex language, so if you haven't programmed before, it's
gonna be hard, but not impossible.

For complete beginners, I can recommend, on this page
http://prowiki.org/wiki4d/wiki.cgi?D__Tutorial
starting with
"A Newbie oriented tutorial" and "Programming in D"
These two should get you started.
April 18, 2012
Re: learn.newbie forum
On Wednesday, 18 April 2012 at 14:10:17 UTC, Somedude wrote:
> Le 18/04/2012 14:19, Paul a écrit :
>> I think there should be a learn.newbie forum.  After I post my 
>> little
>> problems of a sample code snippet that won't compile, I read 
>> some of the
>> other threads.  There are those c/c++ programmers learning the 
>> ins/outs
>> of D and then there are the greenies like me.  Just a thought.
>
> D is a very complex language, so if you haven't programmed 
> before, it's
> gonna be hard, but not impossible.
>
> For complete beginners, I can recommend, on this page
> http://prowiki.org/wiki4d/wiki.cgi?D__Tutorial
> starting with
> "A Newbie oriented tutorial" and "Programming in D"
> These two should get you started.

Thanks guys.  I appreciate the help!
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