Programming Tutorials
(& a few other tutorials you might need for your class work...)


Just Your Average Programmer

"He survived on candy, junk food and Jolt cola, the "high-energy" diet
purportedly recommended by Lenz for productivity and fighting off entities.
He slept only three or four hours a night."


- Comments about a former follower of Frederick Lenz, a self-styled spiritual leader,
who urged his followers to go into computer programing



General Programming
Planet Source Code
Programmingtutorials.com
Brainbench - Test Your Skills
The Web Developer's Virtual Library
Programmer's Oasis
FreeCode.com
Programming.com
Program.com
ToonTalk - Making programming child's play
Programmers' Heaven
Free-edu.net's Department of Computer Languages & Scripts
Examware
Webmonkey's Introduction to Programming
Digital Producer Magazine


Basic Computer Skills (For New Computer Users)
Basic Computer Skills for Teachers
Windows Primer
Windows 98 Tutorial
Windows 95 Tutorial
Internet Basic Course
Webteacher
Bare Bones 101 (Basic Tutorial for searching the web.)
The Interactive Search Engine Tutorial
A Beginner's Guide to the Mac
Intro to Windows NT


LINUX/UNIX
Webmonkey's Unix Reference Guide
IU's Linux Tutorial
Linux Installation and Getting Started
UNIX/Linux Tutorial Site
Troubleshooters.Com's Linux Library
Linux Survival
Little Igloo's Linux Tutorial
Mandrake Linux Tutorial
Quick Linux Tutorial
Debian Linux Tutorial
University of Sydney's UNIX Tutorial
University of Sydney's Linux Tutorial
"Tutorial" A Cup of Java -- With Two Lumps of Linux
Getting Started with Linux


DOS - Disk Operating System
ms-dos tutorial
DOS TUTORIAL : THE BASICS
A quick and simple DOS Tutorial
DOS TUTORIAL
Tutor.COM - DOS Tutorial
DOS (Batch) Primer
Microsoft Windows and MS-DOS Tutorials
Batfiles: The DOS batch file programming handbook
FreeDOS
FreeDOS Command


Perl
CGI.pm - a Perl5 CGI Library
Perl.org
Perl.com
NCSA's PERL Tutorial
Perl Tutorials, Manuals, References


Prolog
Prolog Tutorial
Prolog :- Tutorial
Introduction to Prolog
Prolog Programming, A First Course
CMU Prolog Repository
Visual Prolog Homepage
Strawberry Prolog
The Prolog Programming Language
GNU Prolog
WWWVL's Prolog Info


Assembly Language
The Art of Assembly
Assembly Language Tutorial


Microsoft Excel
Microsoft's Excel Tutorial
Basic Excel Tutorial
The Spreadsheet Page
John F. Lacher CPA's Excel Help Page


Microsoft Word
Microsoft's Word Tutorial
Microsoft Word Tutorial
PSU's Word 97 Tutorial
Word Info
Inside Microsoft Word


Microsoft Powerpoint
Microsoft's Powerpoint Tutorial
UofRI's Powerpoint Tutorial
Office 97 Powerpoint Tutorial
Powerpoint In the Classroom
Introduction to PowerPoint 4.0
Getting started with Powerpoint
Introduction To Powerpoint - Exercises (PDF)


Microsoft Access
M. Brydon's Access Tutorial
Access Database: Tutorial Introduction
CVOC's Access Tutorial
Gaining Access
Examware's Access Tutorials
Microsoft's Access Tutorial


HTML
Writing HTML
HTML.com
HTML Writers Guild
CWRU's Introduction to HTML
HTML: An Interactive Tutorial for Beginners
Webmonkey's HTML Basics
HTML Primer
Webspawner's HTML Reference Guide
HTML Basics 101


Pascal
HOWTO: An Overview of Pascal
Pascal Programming v2.1
Turbo Pascal Programmers Page
Using BMP image files with Pascal (bmp.txt).


C++
C++ Tutorial
cprogramming.com
HOWTO: Get Started with C/C++
Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming Using C++
From the Ground Up: A Guide to C++
UK C++ Users Group's Tutorials


Visual C++

Downloadable Visual C++ Tutorial
Microsoft Visual C++ Home Page
Visual C++ Developers Journal
Visual C++ Resources
Downloadable Visual C++ Tutorial


C++ Builder
Borland's C++ Builder Homepage
The Bits
FunctionX's C++ Builder Tutorial
BOB's Borland C++ Builder Tutorial
Yet Another Code Site
Dr.Bob's C++ Builder Gate
Bytamin-C
C++ Builder Developer's Journal


Visual Basic
Microsoft's Visual Basic Tutorial
Joe Garrick's World of Visual Basic
Visual Basic Cyber Tutorial
Carl & Gary's Newbie Page
Visual Basic Online
Visual Basic Tutorials For Kids
Downloadable Visual Basic Tutoral
Inside Visual Basic


Java
SUN's Java Tutorial
The Java Tutorial!
THE JAVA Tutor
Java Coffee Break
SUN's JAVA Foundation Classes
YoYo - Java for Kids
Webmonkey's Programming Java
Webmonkey's Programming Javascript


Visual J++
Microsoft Visual J++
Visual J++ Online Programmers' Guide
Visual J++ Online Documentation
Microsoft's Visual J++ Tutorials
An Introduction to Java Programming - Developing Applets Using J++


Cobol
COBOL User Groups
Cobol Tutorial @ Univ of Limerick
Object Oriented COBOL Tutorial
The COBOL Center
COBOL Down & Dirty
Free-edu.net's Office Of COBOL
The COBOL Shop


Visible Analyst
Visible Systems' Visible Analyst Users Discussion Group
Samoore's tutorial
OVUM
Visible Analyst Operation Manual


AUTOCAD
1 day AutoCAD Page
UNSW's Tutorial
SBU's Tutorial
CSA's Tutorial
CADTutor.net
UOS's Tutorial
Taloring AUTOCAD
3D CADCEA


Bryce
Brycetech
3D Cafe
The Bryce Chronicles
Bryce Magic
Darryl Walter's Tutorial
Hinchu's Bryce Resources


Poser
iguanasoft.com's tutorial
3D Cafe
Bushi3D


3D Max
3D Cafe's Tutorial
3rd Dimersion
Renderoisity.com/
UNSW's Tutorial


Lightwave
Lightwave3D's Tutorials
Craniosaur
Modeling and texturing a photorealistic fish
Lightwave Tutorials List


Artificial Intelligence
AI Programming Resources
AI Programming Languages FAQs
AI Programming Links & Resources
Essence of Artificial Intelligence
CMU Artificial Intelligence Repository
AI at PNWL
Programming Languages for AI
What are good programming languages for AI?
Norvig.com
Databases and Artificial Intelligence 3
Hardware/software for AI
Classical AI Programs
CU's Artificial Intelligence Tutorial
What Is AI?
AI Depot


Programming Games
AGI Studio
(AGI Studio is a program which allows you to view, create and edit AGI games)
GameProgrammer.com
So You Want To Be A Game Developer?
SiMPLE - Kids' Game Programming Lang
Artificial Intelligence In Games
Gamesutra.com
GameDeveloper.net
Game Developer Magazine
DOSGAMES.com Game Creation Systems
(ZZT {Epic Megagames' Tim Sweeney}, OHR RPG Creation Engine, Megazeux, Game Builder Lite, Adventure Game Studio, etc.)





As the venerable Descartes almost said...

...But immediately upon this I observed that, whilst I thus wished to program that all was false,
it was absolutely necessary that I, who thus coded, should be somewhat; and as I observed that
this truth, I Code, therefore I am, was so certain and of such evidence that no ground of doubt,
however extravagant, could be alleged by the sceptics capable of shaking it,I concluded that I might,
without scruple, accept it as the first principle of the philosophy of which I was in search....


CODITO ERGO SUM



*Programmer's Curse* - "May they who program badly, dream nothing but code."


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