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You can download the source from here:

http://www.skyorb.com/developers/

You will need 7-Zip or another program that can open 7z archives:

http://7-zip.org/

You can look at the actual source code in a text editor like Notepad, Microsoft Word, Notepad++, or whatever, but to actually build the program and make changes, you will need Visual Studio.

With you being new at programming, though, I don't think Paint.NET is probably the best project to start off with...

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Mr Frojo, Visual Studio 2005 is not free... The Express Editions are, though.

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Yea, express editions is what I meant. I dont know what other c# compilers there are, seeing how thats not my language.

But I agree with pyro though. If you are new at programming, you should start with something a lot more basic than this. What I did to start learning programming was went to barnes and noble and bought a book on programming for beginners. Its not too cheap ($30-$50), but they cover information better and in much more detail than the internet IMO. Also, they are written by people who know what they are talking about.

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Yeah, I agree with Frojo. Programming books aren't cheap ($50-$60 for a good one), but unless you have a friend who has the time and patience to teach you 1-on-1, books are probably the easiest way to learn.

I learned Visual Basic 6 from a book when I was 11...

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Yea, here you go. Clicky.

Its really your choice on learning off the internet or getting a book though. I highly reccomend getting a good book, and going though it. If moneys tight or something, just learn from the internet.

EDIT: Yea, I learned C++ from a book, and am currently learning directx programming from a book. Pricy, but IMO, worth it.

And pyro, ive never seen a programming book over $50. Might just be me though.

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