Programming and Scripting - Links and Resources

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  1. bosky101

    bosky101 New Member
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    Here's a huge list of more old school programming links,add on your links as well.

    C Pointers
    http://users.southeast.net/~garyg/ptrs/toc.html

    C Introduction
    http://www.scit.wlv.ac.uk/~jphb/cbook/html/

    Increase C speed
    http://www.ontek.com/mikey/current.html
    http://www.lysator.liu.se/c/

    About C Collections
    http://pitel-lnx.ibk.fnt.hvu.nl/~rbergen/cmain.html

    C resources for Beginners
    http://www.sct.gu.edu.au/~anthony/tower/NE/C/

    C Language complete ( makefile , libs etc )
    http://www.pagBR>http://www.swcp.com/~dodrill/cppdoc/cpplist.htm
    http://cs.sdsu.edu:8080/~whitney/courses/fall95/cs596_1/notes/index.h
    http://www.itr.ch/courses/case/BoochReference/
    http://www.icce.rug.nl/docs/cplusplus/cplusplus.html

    Visual C++

    OLE ( VCPP ) site
    http://www.microsoft.com/devonly/community/cbisv_4c.htm
    http://www.microsoft.com/oledev/olecom/vc15tn39.htm

    ( Grid )
    http://www.periphere.com/lib/grid/grid0.htm

    (Dialog Box Res//www.wrox.com/
    http://www.wrox.co.uk/

    Article
    http://www.microsoft.com/kb/articles/q166/4/73.htm.

    MFC KB
    http://www.microsoft.com/kb/default.asp

    OA Convertor
    http://www.ziplink.net/~dmitry/download.htm

    Gif Animator
    http://www.microsoft.com/imagecomposer/gifanimator/gafaq.htm

    MS Journal
    http://www.microsoft.com/msj/

    SDK tutorial
    http://www.relisoft.com/

    MFC CODE
    http://www.dsp.com/zafir

    MFC links
    http://www.msn.com/tutorial/default.html

    Dynamic Html Links
    http://www.all-links.com/dynamic/

    html reference
    http://www.webmonkey.com/nl.cgi/webmonkey/reference/index.html

    java
    http://www.javasoft.com
    http://www.apl.jhu.edu/~hall/java/

    http://www.javasoft.com:80/nav/read/Tutorial/index.html

    Java download dir
    http://www.javasoft.com/nav/download/index.html#jdk11
    java-scripts -- Download Hlp File
    http://www.ora.com/catalog/jenut/

    Nutshell ( Book ) download example
    http://rummelplatz.uni-mannheim.de/~skoch/js/tutorial.htm

    java-scripts Tutorials
    http://www.jsworld.com/

    java-scripts World
    http://www.freqgrafx.com/411/index.html
    java-scripts Introduction , Tutorials , FAQ ....
    http://www.hardlink.com/~robyoung/javatour/

    HTML tutorial
    http://www.woodhill.co.uk/html/html.htm
    http://www..ncsa.uiucsphere.com/dev/class/index.html";
    target=_top>http://lightsphere.com/dev/class/index.html

    Tutorials online classes
    http://www1.shore.net/~ikrakow/cgibooks.html

    CGI Book Store
    http://www.cgibook.com/

    cgi books
    http://www.halcyon.com/sanford/cgi/

    Online Reference
    http://hoohoo.ncsa.uiuc.edu/cgi

    General Materials
    http://www.icce.rug.nl

    PERL
    http://www.icemall.com/free/free_perl_scripts.html

    Perl scripts
    http://www.ibic.com/Digest/

    PERL Web Desgin
    http:/ities.com/SiliconValley/9498/optimize.html

    Motif
    http://www.cen.com/mw3/code.html

    Motif Tutorial
    http://antares.enst-bretagne.fr/Tutoriaux/motif/motif.html
    SOME GOOD DOWNLOADS IN FULL COMPUTER AREA
    http://www.programmersheaven.com/files/file2.htm

    A TO Z LINKS IN CURRENT COMPUTERS
    http://www.programmersheaven.com/links/link1.htm

    Graphics
    http://www.dcs.ed.ac.uk/~mxr/gfx

    File Formats , Links , graphics resources , FAQ etc.,
    *****

    Expert Exchange for FAQ.
    http://www.experts-exchange.com/info/howto.htm

    Regnline.com/vb-mag/default.htm"
    target=_top>http://www.vbonline.com/vb-mag/default.htm

    VB Online Magazine
    http://www.geocities.com/~scvb/

    VB Links
    http://web2.airmail.net/gbeene/visual.html

    VB ( A to Z ) + links
    http://www.dcs.napier.ac.uk/~simon/VB30/home.html

    VB Tutorial - Download ( GRID control )
    http://206.171.105.131/vb-mag/9605/begin/

    VB Online Magazine class
    http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Park/3269/links.html

    VB Games Programming + Links
    http://www.cobb.com/s_ivb/9611/ivb96b3.htm

    VB Registry

    VB Internet Resources
    http://www.future.net/~johnny/vb/vbsites.html

    Mini VB Web
    http://thunder.ocis.temple.edu/~shariq/vb/vbkb/vbkb-4.htm

    Advance VB prg.. ( API , DLL etc., )
    http://login.eunet.no/~lnesheim/index.html

    VB Samples , Download,50+more.. Links , ActiveX
    http://w3.one.net/~dreitz/#VBREF

    VB Sources , Downloads, Tips etc.,(About 50+ download
    Applications Hlp
    file , DLL etc., )
    http://www.imginfo.com/devonly/tipsandtricks.htm

    VB , ACCESS , TIPS & TRICKS
    http://www.vbexplorer.com/

    Great Links to VB
    Socket - FAQ
    http://www.catalyst.com/tcpdoc13.html

    VB - WINDOWS API
    http://sunsite.unc.edu/winsock/winsock-1.1/winsock.html

    Online Help for Winsock API.
    http://www.sockets.com/sample.htm

    Examples of Winsock Applications
    http://kipper.york.ac.uk/~vic/sock-faq/

    Socket
    http://www.cs.buffalo.edu/~milun/unix.programming.html
    http://burks.bton.ac.uk/burks/pcinfo/progdocs/winsock/winsock.htm#toc

    Good Reference with each function call.
    http://help-site.com/languages.html

    UNIX, Windows
    http://www.utexas.edu/cc/faqs/unix/index.html

    FAQ useful for beginners
    http://www.polaris.net/ugu/

    For ( UNIX GURU UNIVERSE ) for System Administrator
    http://www.webmonkey.com/nl.cgi/webmonkey/source/

    vi fundas Windows
    http://www.r2m.com/windev/
    <http://www.r2m.com/windev/> Windows

    Developer site( About all Windows based product C++ ,
    C , VC++ ( MFC
    ,OLE ) ,VB, win95,
    Samples winsock etc . , )
    http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Heights/6121/c.html

    Windows FAQ
    *http://www.ticc.com/vrl/vrl_archives.html
    **http://www.skyinternet.ca/customer/inapp95.html
    http://www.cadvision.com/cdavison/file_sites.html
    http://www.cie.ut..ee/~gsa/softarch.html
    **http://mcp.com/softlib/software.html
    http://www.commerce.com/net2/internet/getstart/archives.html

    JAVASCIPT website

    1)wwww.javascriptweenie.com

    ASP websites
    1)asp.papiez.com
    2)www.livewizards.com
    3)www.asppipeline.com
    4)www.aspcode.com
    5)www.aspfree.com
    6)www.asphole.com
    7)www.asptoday.com
    Your guide to API
    http://www.allapi.net/
    http://www.vbapi.com
    http://www.vbinformation.com/tut-api.htm

    VB samples ,downloads
    http://www.vbcode.com/asp/code.asp?SortBy=Accessed&NumberToView=10 (my recommend,excellent )
    http://www.planetsourcecode.com
    http://www.programmersheaven.com/zone1/latestlinkszone.htm
    http://www.mvps.org/vbvision/Sample_Projects.htm
    http://www.thevbzone.com/

    OpenGL in VB and C++
    http://www.vsj.co.uk/archive/win321-9907.asp
    http://www.allapi.net/vbexamples/list.php?category=DIRECTX
    http://is6.pacific.net.hk/~edx/contents.htm (this will work,i checked it)
    http://members.net-tech.com.au/alaneb/win32.html

    Misc.
    Converting VB6 projects to VB.NET ,
    http://www.thescarms.com/VBasic/VB6vsVBNet.asp
    Visual Basic 6 Tutorials at Microsoft,
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/vbasic/technical/training.asp
    Internet programming ,protocols with sockets with Visual Basic,
    http://www.vbinformation.com/tut-api.htm (nice!)
    codes dealing with sounds and voice recognition...lil old though,
    http://www.vbcode.com/asp/code.asp?lstCategory=Music/Sounds
    security codes with VB,
    http://www.vbcode.com/asp/code.asp?lstCategory=Security+Code+and+Programs
    codes dealing with registry,
    http://www.vbcode.com/asp/code.asp?lstCategory=Registry

    Other good sites:
    abstractvb.com
    www.vbweb.co.uk
    www.vb-faq.com
    www.a1vbcode.com
     
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    bosky101

    bosky101 New Member
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    Various Scripting Languages

    Choice of langauges vary depending on user,goals,platform,licence,and other parameter specific :) Losted below are a few .
    Active Host Engines

    ForthScriptSkeletal implementation of Forth by Mark Hammond. Note that this is most useful as a core for working with Active Scripting implementation; this is most appropriately described as a minimal "Forth-like" language.
    Source download from Mark Baker's site:
    http://www.mindspring.com/~mark_baker/forthscript.zip
    http://dev.remotenetworktechnology.com/files/forth.zip

    HaskellScript
    Haskell is one of the best-known "functional programming" languages.
    http://www.haskell.org/haskellscript/

    Jscript
    Available from Microsoft; comes with any WSH or Internet Explorer install.

    LuaScript
    Lua is designed as a lightweight, portable scripting language to be used embedded or on its own.

    http://www.luascript.thersgb.net/luascript/
    http://lua-users.org
    http://www.lua.org/

    NullScript
    As Hugh Brown, the author, puts it, this is "the scripting language about nothing". It actually serves two useful purposes. It was designed to look at what an active host "says" to a scripting language. The source code itself is a minimalist implementation of the framework for an Active Scripting language.

    http://www.iwebthereforeiam.com/projects/NullScript.asp

    PerlScript
    included with ActiveState's full Perl install.
    http://www.activestate.com

    Python :thumbup1:
    included with the full Python install from ActiveState. ActiveState's implementation may be diverging a bit from the Python community's version, though, and the Python community is the best primary source of information.

    http://www.activestate.com
    http://www.python.org/
    comp.lang.python

    RubyScript
    RubyScript is the Active Scripting version of Ruby, arguably the hottest scripting language in Japan. It has a syntax which will be comfortable for VBScript users, and is seeing heavy use in Europe and the Americas. NASA has begun using Ruby recently for scripting numerically intense applications.

    http://arton.hp.infoseek.co.jp/
    http://www.ruby-lang.org/en/
    http://www.geocities.co.jp/SiliconValley-PaloAlto/9251/ruby/main.html

    FYI, most of the reference documentation on the Ruby pages comes from users who are native Japanese speakers and have laboriously translated the information into English. The mix of European and Japanese characters and usage may initially be a little off-putting, but don't let that bother you; if you use Ruby for a while you will begin to see Japanese characters on a page as a sign of elegance and quality. There is full, well-written English documentation here - this is the full text of the book "Programming Ruby":

    http://www.rubycentral.com/book

    TclScript critic's award :thumbup1:
    http://tclscript.sourceforge.net/

    This is a minimalist implementation which is dependent on having a full Tcl installed.

    VBScript
    Available from Microsoft; comes with any WSH or Internet Explorer install.

    Known Commercial Packages
    ObjectRexx (IBM)
    IBM's Rexx, with support for use natively and as an Active Scripting language.

    http://www-4.ibm.com/software/ad/obj-rexx/
    Pricing as of January 2003 varies depending on version (US$68-285). A trial version can be downloaded.
    Examples of use are somewhat limited in IBM's distribution, but

    http://pragmaticlee.safedataisp.net/

    PScript (MKS)
    Part of the MKS Toolkit; described as a "perl-based web page scripting language".

    http://www.mkssoftware.com

    ActiveBatch
    (Advanced Systems Concepts - WinBatch)
    http://www.advsyscon.com/

    Details of how it works with Active Scripting hosts are unknown to me.

    WSH-Like Scripting
    I use "WSH-like" scripting to refer to systems which implement simple COM object access but are self-hosting. These provide interesting avenues for scripters who are used to COM-focused scripting such as that done in WSH to easily exploit current knowledge while moving to another environment. The following languages implement some form of this via COM access.

    Perl :thumbup1:
    Python :thumbup1:
    Prolog
    ActiveX Extensions for SWI Prolog
    Visual Prolog provides an unsupported patch for Creating and Using COM/ActiveX Components with Visual Prolog
    Scheme
    XLispStat

    .NET Scripting and ProgrammingC#
    JScript.NET
    VB.NET
    Managed C++
    MSIL

    The Non-VS.NET Compilers
    Brainf*ck
    Cobol
    Fortran
    Haskell
    Oz
     
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    bosky101

    bosky101 New Member
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    Choosing a language for YOU !

    Now u temme how u gonna rate all these above :tongue: ,(when u have die hard programmers who swear by for each nope..bad idea )

    Steps you can follow
    1.If i were u ,id first generalise based on which platform ur working/intend ur app to work mostly on ..... *nix based or windows ...
    2.then choose if its gonna be a distributed (client server)app or standalone exe
    3.then consider the importance datbases are gonna make.... go with what the db's suggest in tier documentation or say are supportable...
    4.do u plan to make it open source / commercial basis/ etc
    5.how secure it should be,it shd then have comaptability with various encryption ,otehr standards
     
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    bosky101

    bosky101 New Member
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  5. ~HeadShot~

    ~HeadShot~ Well-Known Member
    Adept

    Wow! A great thread! :yahoo:
    Dunno how I missed this one, though! :(

    Thread Rated!
     
  6. ~-tRiX-~

    ~-tRiX-~ New Member
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    Wow that a great work . thanks a lot. its really useful for me
     
  7. digital_brain

    digital_brain New Member
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    In 1 word ~ A W E S O M E ...`one of those few threads which r REALLY useful .. GREAT JOB !just love those links :yahoo: :yahoo:
     
  8. Desert Rose

    Desert Rose New Member
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    The Largest Web Developers Site On The Net

    Full Web Building Tutorials
    Here, you will find all the Web-building tutorials you need, from basic HTML and XHTML to advanced XML, Multimedia and WAP.

    Full Web Building References
    References cover all Web-building technologies, including W3C standards like HTML, XHTML, CSS, XML and other technologies like ASP and ADO plus much more.

    Try-It-Yourself On-Line Examples
    You will find thousands of cut-and-paste examples.
    With their on-line HTML editor, you can edit the examples and experiment with the code on-line

    all and more...at

    http://www.w3schools.com/ :cool2:
     
  9. digital_brain

    digital_brain New Member
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  10. Eldorados

    Eldorados New Member
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    Thiz links r very usefull!!!
     
  11. andreavb

    andreavb New Member
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    Another programming resource

    Here's another programming resource, it's my Visual Basic site...

    http://www.andreavb.com

    hope you like it!

    regards,
    Andrea
     
  12. Dark Star

    Dark Star Well-Known Member
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    Simply stunning .. Donno why I missed this :p Btw repped and rated .. Too good ;):yahoo:
     
  13. rahulhbk

    rahulhbk New Member
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    hey guys...half of those links are gone... Gr8 effort nevertheless... Anyone got ne links for Windows programming and some stuff abt registry??
     
  14. wonder_search

    wonder_search New Member
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    Great effort ...some of them are simply awesome ...Keep it going :hap2:
     
  15. sri_k

    sri_k Active Member
    Adept

    Excellent thread...some links are not working:(
     
  16. coolpcguy

    coolpcguy Member
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    why isn't there a mention of StackOverflow, probably one of the best collaborative edited programming related Q&A site ever ?
     
  17. silicon_fusion

    silicon_fusion New Member
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    Thanks for sharing such a useful linkkkkk
     
  18. HydroXidE

    HydroXidE New Member
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    Surprised no body mentioned AutoIT

    AutoIt Script Home Page

    Awesome for anything windows related.. especially Automation.
    Light weight, fairly fast, scripts can be compiled into a stand-alone EXE, easy to learn for beginners, good UDF collection and a nice forum..

    This is pretty good for writing little utilities on windows or managing admin related activities/tasks.. check it out..

    And its freeware..
     

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