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  1. jaguar

    DAtabase

    i'm new in database and programing who can tell me where tu begin and instruction , or give me schedule tu learn plz ? new member TEach me
  2. I wanted to know does anyone have experience using the core lower level languages like c, c++? I have learn to make simple programs run from a beginners standpoint with these languages, but to learn in depth gets hard when I come across topics that deal with pointers, templates, polymorphism, and memory allocation. I've done some research that says Python is the best language to learn first, but I always feel that learning the C/C++ languages I'd learn more of what's happening at the core of any program created. Any suggestions? I'd like to know.
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