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Re: Welcome noobs

PostPosted: Sun Mar 01, 2009 7:36 pm
by i_fallenhero
Melandy wrote:Heyo all.

I was reading something about you hearing all the excuses about dogs dying during break ups or soemthing...

but I just need one small favor before I dive into the learning of the languages.

My dad locked himself out of his laptop with a 3 letter password that he can't remember. xD (it's kind of funny)

I managed to get into command prompt and all the info imputed to get to where you change the passoword, but I'm in the guest account, I keep getting system error 5, and I don't know how to access administrator to actually be successul in changing it, since I don't have the password to run cmd promt as admin. I can change the password on my comptuer, but that's because I can run it as admin.

I've tried everything my noobiness knows to do it. (this is actually the reason I'm becoming more active in learning about hackers... I've wanted to for years now- but -_- I'm lazy so I never got around to it.)

and um is there any of these languages I'm going to learn that you would recommend starting on? just asking.
Thank you.
I have a program on my computer that allows me to directly adress the administrative options through the command prompt check to see via the command prompt "tree"

Re: Welcome noobs

PostPosted: Tue Mar 03, 2009 12:25 pm
by harrisjayjamall
OK Im new to this all and and i kind of stumble on this site :D i have a many of question but i want berate any of you the only i have at this time is where to start i do Ive read and c++ book and got thoroughly confused and cant find any good books that explains better if any got tip, suggestion or tools that helped them please share im open to all help but i warn you i will ask question so that i can understand better nice to meet you all and thanks for any further help.

oh im going to this w3school.com site to reseach anyone where s the best place to start off at c++ java.....

Re: Welcome noobs

PostPosted: Tue Mar 03, 2009 1:51 pm
by godofcereal
Hi and welcome. I dont know much on C++ as Im a perl man. We do have a nice section for C++ questions. One of the best places to learn is google. If you want help with stuff now then try in the irc.

On a different note, I am gratefull to everyone who helped out here.
But please do refrain from posting your questions here as there is sections of the forum for them. This was ment to be for guiding people, not for asking questions that can be asked in their proper places.
Thank you.

Re: Welcome noobs

PostPosted: Tue Mar 03, 2009 3:15 pm
by aNewHobby4me
harrisjayjamall wrote:OK Im new to this all and and i kind of stumble on this site :D ...

Welcome :)
harrisjayjamall wrote:oh im going to this w3school.com site to reseach anyone where s the best place to start off at c++ java.....


http://see.stanford.edu/

University level, learn at your own pace.

Re: Welcome noobs

PostPosted: Wed Mar 04, 2009 9:03 pm
by harrisjayjamall
cool thx's for the advice ill talk with you'll soon enough when i start to figure all this stuff out i decided to start with html so i can start doin those mission which look way cool im thinking ill have this figured out by the end of the week

-- Sun Mar 08, 2009 4:34 am --

i figured it out :D that was nice see how i did all on my own the feeling is better now i can walk with my chest poked out lol ;)
thanks for all the site and info illl continue to learn mission 2 ill have it done by weds. :shock: but i was wondering is anyone using kubuntu or unbutu os i just started runnig kubuntu last week head first and got my freind to jump in with me and now us mircorsoft babies tryin too rediscover our computer if any one got any advice ill thank you soo much

took me 2h to figure out how to the internet then another 2h to figure out how to use a install adobe flash player so ii can really use the help

Re: Welcome noobs

PostPosted: Sun Mar 22, 2009 11:04 am
by orwell84
I just want to point out that www.cprogramming.com is a good site for learning C and C++

Re: Welcome noobs

PostPosted: Mon Apr 06, 2009 8:09 pm
by Ntvu
^ yeah, that's a good site to start off with. It inspired me (3 years ago) to learn C++ -- it made the language seem like it was so easy to learn.

Another good reference is http://cplusplus.com -- it has a more complete reference to the C++ language IMO

Re: Welcome noobs

PostPosted: Mon Apr 06, 2009 10:43 pm
by AtlasDark
My knowledge of C/C++ is downright laughable, though I do suggest Bloodshed CDP as an IDE.

Re: Welcome noobs

PostPosted: Tue Apr 07, 2009 4:31 am
by godofcereal
Once again, please refrain from posting on this thread unless you are contributing to it.

Re: Welcome noobs

PostPosted: Wed Apr 15, 2009 11:43 am
by Friktionazed
HI every body, as you can see im new here and im enjoying the site.
Well... i have done some missions but there is some that is hard but i will visit these sites and read some info, And im learning python so i wonder if there is one out there that does have some experience on that language ;)