Hi, i want to learn programming in python, i think its an interesting programming language.I have a little knowlage from youngerdays with basic, i find python a bit simular as basic.Iam writing test codes in geany but i dont know what more i need to run things.i made a number guess game and named it game.py .But what do i need to download to try the "game".What are you recommending to do
Glitchspace, a first-person programming game developed and published by Space Budgie, has been released on Steam for Linux. Even though there are many first-person shooters already launched on the Linux platform, this has to be the first FPS programming game.
I was looking over the specifications for Go and I notice that it had complex numbers as a built-in type. Now, Go is suppose to be for system programming, that is, writing Linux & drivers, file systems, sockets & communication protocols, etc. But I can't for the life of me figure out why system programming would need complex numbers. Am I missing something?
We have had an influx of threads lately regarding users who are new to programming and are unsure of what to do next. I would like to keep all of these posts in one place and have decided to assign one such thead as the official New to Programming thread.