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I would love to get into programming languages. I want to more or less learn something, that will allow me to create Windows programs and games. I have a tutorial for C# Thanks to the Wikibook on it, but I have no idea what complier I need, and if thats even the right language for the job.

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Visual Studio C# Experss '05 is (basically) all you need to create C Sharp programs. Optionally, you would probably want Vista Ultimate/XP Professional to do your programming on.

EDIT@2nd post: Go for C#!

EDIT2: Well, if you want to make Yahoo! Widgets or the like, it may be better to learn Java.

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Or codelab? Looking on a few other threads just now, it appears easy once the you've got to grip with the language (not saying coding is easy, just saying that codelab may be the easier option for a plugin purpose).

But thanks for that uH and Picc.

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Visual Studio C# Experss '05 is (basically) all you need to create C Sharp programs. Optionally, you would probably want Vista Ultimate/XP Professional to do your programming on.

EDIT@2nd post: Go for C#!

EDIT2: Well, if you want to make Yahoo! Widgets or the like, it may be better to learn Java.

But is C# The way to go to make games and programs?

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Yeah, it should be kinda like learning how to type on a keyboard. The first lesson may go by easily, then by the 5th you feel like it'll be impossible. But somehow you get the hang of it and you become a "master" typist. (I'm around 48 words per minutes)

"The greatest thing about the Internet is that you can write anything you want and give it a false source." ~Ezra Pound

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