Linux sound programming tutorial
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 13, 2007
I've been struggling with the poor documentation of ALSA, so I decided to start writing a much needed tutorial on Linux sound (MIDI and digital audio recording/playback).
The tutorial is divided into numerous sections. So far, only the "Play MIDI using ALSA rawmidi" section is done so far. But you folks can get a look at the beginnings of this tutorial at:
Good introductory C programming tutorial
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 26, 2003
I am looking for a (preferably downloadable) introductory C programming tutorial. I have some programming experience, probably very outdated, the first language I learned was PASCAL on a Terak, then various versions of BASIC on Atari Computers, then some Action (which I think was sort of a bastard combination of PASCAL and C). I don't know diddly squat about C except that it is very cryptic looking, which is why I have avoided it for so long.
I am running Mandrake Linux 9.0 basic version. I guess my eventual goal would be to write something that would run under KDE.
svgalib, matrix & Hash Tables: programming tutorial
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 12, 2005
Did a search and didn't find any threads relating to this, so I assume it's a safe post.
My question is this:
Where can one find a good tutorial for svgalib?
I am trying to learn games programming (been doing applications programming in delphi and VB for ages now) in c/c++, and I like the simplicity of svgalibs, as evidenced in the tutorial section on their website. The only problem was that the tutorial was very breif and all I could find on the web was totally undocumented.
I have only rudimentary skills with c/c++, but I am trying to learn though application by following some ideas from gamedev.net, namely the 'where do I start' article. It was suggested to start off programming a tetris clone, then move on to a galaga-esque shooter... well I'm only up to the tetris clone...
Which brings me to my next question:
Where can one find a good tutorial for matrix math and hash tables?
Yeah ... well, thanks for reading, if you can help, thanks!
If not, thanks anywa
zigbee/2.4 programming tutorial
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 3, 2007
i have not found many "open" zigbee/2.4 implementations? Can anyone point me to some, if they exist? Java, C++, everything... A good tutial maybe? I think i have found only a Microsoft C++ one.
Is there any emulator programming tutorial or guide? [duplicate]
location: linuxexchange.com - date: March 23, 2013
This question already has an answer here:
How do emulators work and how are they written? [closed]
looking for X programming tutorial (C or C++)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 2, 2004
Hey guys, are there any decent tutorials out there on how to write
programs for X.
(not sure of the technical term, but you know what i mean right ?
i want to write a program in a window rather than xterm interface)
i know there are toolkits to help like GTK and QT
but before i get into those i would like to learn a few of the basics.
thankyou for nay links.
Best python tutorial for programming games.
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 14, 2004
I have learned the basics of C++, but that language is taking up too much time that I do not have to put into learning all of it yet. So, I figured I will just learn python and pygame to make games.
I have no expierence with python and very very little with C++ (only learned basics like variables, if statements, operators, cout, for, etc...just the small stuff)
I looked for tutorials on python, but I have not found too many good ones yet. Anyone have a recommended tutorial for python and pygame for programming games? Preferably printable.
I really want to start making simple games soon, so the plan is to learn python, then pygame, and start making games.
Tutorial neede for VIsual Programming on Linux (having knowledge of Text based C/C++)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 2, 2006
I know how to programme with Dos based C/C++(Turbo C++ ver 2/3.0) and familier with Data Structure Through C and knows some of assembly language.
Now i want to do some programming in linux (visual - Diagloge based, non text).
So please suggest some tutorial(s)/Site/Book to upgrade my knowledge in this situation. Which deals with visual programming in linux.
Tutorial: Programming C/C++ in Ubuntu using an IDE (Kdevelop&QMake)
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 5, 2009
this text is made for those people wanting to program in C and/or C++ in a Linux environment and originally come from Windows, i.e., they either worked with something like the Borland C++ Builder or Visual studio. It contains some background information useful for a quick and informed start into programming in Linux and repeats a little bit about the basics of compiling programs, as it is extremely helpful to keep them in mind when programming in Linux, whereas such information is normally necessary in the Windows context. Then, it describes first steps for compiling programs, how to set-up an IDE (here, KDevelop is taken), how to debug programs and how to use libraries. We will use Ubuntu as example Linux distribution.
Warning: Starting with Ubuntu 9.10, the version of KDevelop shipped no longer supports QMake projects. This makes this tutorial a little bit out-dated. Also the IDE look-and-feel itself is different, so much of the stuff written here doesn't hold any longer. I
Beginners Programming: Java Tutorial 1
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 25, 2010
I remember that I used to be bored and I used to get a lot of classes on Java programming which I had fun with. After all my classes I decided it would be fun to have a go at a total beginners guide to programming. Do know that with total beginners guide I actually really mean TOTAL beginners guide.
So here was my attempt at creating a small tutorial for the beginner. I didn't get a lot of response to it because not a lot of people are interested in programming so I thought I'd give out the tutorial here. This is also because I want to share something with the community.
Note: I used to be creating these tutorials in Window$.
If you all enjoy it i'll do my best to create some more tutorials.
Thanks and have fun !
EDIT: How silly I totally forgot the link. Here's the link !
EDIT 2: Due to there being some concern of this being Spam I put a direct link to the PDF.
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