A TRUE NEWBIE

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A TRUE NEWBIE

Postby gaitdoctor » Fri Dec 26, 2008 10:08 pm

AS I READ THE POST, THERE ARE A LOT OF DIFFERENT MEANINGS FOR NEWBIE. I AM TRUELY A NEWBIE. RIIGHT NOW PYTHON, LISP, ARC SEEM THE LANGUAES I AM DRAWN TO. PYTHON SEEMS THE EASIEST. BUT I AM STILL LEARNING. I HAVE TRYED TO DOWNLOAD ARC, NO DICE. I TRYED SLIME, NO DICE. I HAVE BEEN WORKING PLT SCHEME TUTORIAL. THAT SEEMS TO BE WORKING. THESE ARE JUST COMMENTS, FROM A TRUE NEWBIE. ONE OF THE THINGS THAT IS COMMON IN LEARNING SOMETHING NEW. IS THAT THE GUYS WHO GET IT EASY, DON'T GET IT WHY SOME DON'T.
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Re: A TRUE NEWBIE

Postby TheGZeus » Fri Dec 26, 2008 11:23 pm

Rip out your caps lock key and I won't hate you.
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Re: A TRUE NEWBIE

Postby Paul Donnelly » Sat Dec 27, 2008 3:25 am

TheGZeus wrote:Rip out your caps lock key and I won't hate you.

But turn it off first!

gaitdoctor wrote:I HAVE TRYED TO DOWNLOAD ARC, NO DICE. I TRYED SLIME, NO DICE.

This software works for most people. Did you try to get some help making them run? It took me a while to get a working Common Lisp setup and actually load libraries into it, but it got ironed out in the end.
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Re: A NEWBIE INDEED

Postby danb » Sat Dec 27, 2008 2:54 pm

gaitdoctor wrote:I AM TRUELY A NEWBIE.... THE GUYS WHO GET IT EASY, DON'T GET IT WHY SOME DON'T.

WHAT ARE YOU HAVING TROUBLE WITH?
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