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  • Academic Tutorials - Tutorials on a wide range of programming languages and subjects. Also offers quizzes corresponding to the material in the tutorials.
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  • AllSyntax.com - Tutorials and code samples available on many popular languages.
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  • The American Programmer: Programming Manuals and Tutorials - Links to manuals and tutorials for a variety of primarily mainframe languages including REXX, SQL, COBOL, JCL, TSO, ISPF, CICS, and Unix.
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  • CodingUnit Programming Tutorials - Tutorials on the programming languages C and C++ and APIs DirectX and OpenGL. Also covers common sorting algorithms.
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  • Dev102 - .Net, C#, ASP.net, and general advice for programmers.
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  • Dr. Olek's Course Notes - Course notes and sample programs for network programming in C++ and STL, Java, Perl, and PHP.
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  • Elements of Programming Style - Notes that provide standards for internal program documentation and style.
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  • Geekpedia: Programming Tutorials - Covers many programming languages including C++, C#, PHP, and Java.
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  • Herong's Notes on Programming - Collection of notes and tutorials on several programming languages, including Java, C#, ASP, JSP, JDK, XML, XHTML, and Unicode. Includes alternate PDF and Chinese language versions.
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  • Notes on MS-DOS - DOS, Batch and Windows tips, tricks, recovery tools, freeware and math.
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  • The Object Oriented Programming Web - Directory of programming and computer science tutorials. A fast and easy to use programmer's reference.
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  • OpenSourceTutorials.com - Tutorials covering ranging from beginner to advanced levels with forums for extra support if needed while researching.
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  • OS Config - Links to freely available programming tutorials for C, C++, Visual Basic as well to software drivers for BeOS, Linux, Windows 95/98/NT/2000, and fonts.
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  • Reaperx90's Site - C++, JavaScript, HTML and CSS tutorial and source code formatting recommendations.
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  • Simple OpenH323 Tutorial - Uses a simple H.323 application to explain several PWLib- and OpenH323-related programming techniques.
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  • Tabs versus Spaces - Using tabs in source code: Pro and contra, by Jamie Zawinski.
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  • Teach Yourself Programming in Ten Years - Peter Norvig, the Director of Research at Google, suggests ways to develop programming ability and expertise. Includes recommendations for a first programming language.
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  • The Ultimate Programming Tutorials Site - Tutorials of C/C++, Java, Perl, Posix, Unix, Linux, PThreads, Visual Basic, Delphi, APL, Javascript, and SQL.
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  • Wikipedia: Programming Style - Encyclopedia article. Tutorial on general styling rules and conventions. Has a list of style guides for specific languages.
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  • Six Ways to Write More Comprehensible Code - Article from Jeff Vogel, the president of Spiderweb Software, that uses a hypothetical computer game called Kill Bad Aliens as an example case for how to write clear, maintainable code. (May 29, 2007)
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