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Ultimate Dev'r wrote:
0x5 I'm looking at the amount of bookmarks currently in one of my 'backup' folders that I have yet to burn to disk: 2354.
And that equates to "tens of thousands"? Anyway, I don't really need bookmarks per se; if I remember the key idea of a page I went to, which I usually can, I just Google the terms, and voila, my page.
Laughing Re-read what I said:

Ultimate Dev'r wrote:
Laughing I'm looking at the amount of bookmarks currently in one of my 'backup' folders that I have yet to burn to disk: 2354.


I have thousands of backup folders burnt to hundreds of disks. (of course, not all of those folders are full of bookmarks Razz)
So I finally got around to sorting out all of my bookmarks; I had a total of 25k+ to begin with, wrote a script to get rid of all of the broken links (total bookmarks left were then ~9k), then I consolidated them into ~700 bookmarks on del.icio.us, which can be viewed here. Use the tags to sift through all of the bookmarks and find something interesting for yourself.
Oh wow, you weren't kidding about those; I remember that discussion 2+ years ago. Looks like there's some interesting info in those.
Is their any site or books you guys would recommend to read to help me understand how to program with C/++.
If you got an Nspire to program on, you would learn C pretty quickly Wink That's what I did personally Razz I would only be pointing to the first google results for C tutorials/C++ tutorials, so I won't post any.
The first thing to learn is that C and C++ are not the same language. There are some similarities, but the style of programming is very different in both. Do not think of them as "C/C++". Smile

For C, The C Programming Language is probably the best book on the subject, though it is not for raw beginners to programming (C as a language generally isn't).
Zerocode wrote:
Is their any site or books you guys would recommend to read to help me understand how to program with C/++.
As Ben says, they're not the same. You can learn C, you can learn C++, and you can learn both, but the coding style in C can be quite distinct from the C++ coding style.
  
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