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#1 Nomics  Icon User is offline

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Just to say "hi!".

Posted 15 November 2012 - 03:01 PM

Hi all.

Well... I have a BSc and a Master in Economics, and now... I started a BSc in Computer Science. I now... I'm crazy.
If anyone need any advice in economics/finance ... I can try to help (just don't ask some for money :P ).

I'll sure need help with my programming courses.

Cya! o/

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Re: Just to say "hi!".

Posted 15 November 2012 - 03:39 PM

Hello and welcome to the DIC community. ^_^ If you need help, you've certainly come to the right place. People here are very helpful.

Also, what kind of programming language are you learning or wanting to learn? Classes going well for you so far? The first few classes can feel very frustrating, but keep up with it and you'll do fine. :)

And once again, welcome!
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Re: Just to say "hi!".

Posted 15 November 2012 - 04:03 PM

Ty @AthenaDX

I'm learning C and, in 4 months, Iíll start with JAVA.

And, youíre right. This first few classes sucks. xD
Iím stuck for 2 days with an (simple... just a few lines of code) exercise in C. But I donít give up and Iím still trying (If I don't achieve to get the answer soon... something bad will append to me lolol ).

I also hope to use Dream In Code to improve my English skills! :)
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Re: Just to say "hi!".

Posted 16 November 2012 - 03:46 AM

Well well, C. Don't be shy to check out C and C++ forums, there are pinned topics that should contain some useful links. There's also the Tutorial section. However, getting a book wouldn't be a bad idea either. ;)

Welcome aboard and happy coding. ;)
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