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reply Julius <n0r3p1y web.de> writes:
Hi there,
i'm all new to D but not new to programming in general.
I'd like to try D but i didn't find a nice tutorial yet.
I don't want to read a whole book, I just want to get the basics so I can start.
Can you help me find something like that?

Best regards, Julius
Feb 06 2011
next sibling parent Caligo <iteronvexor gmail.com> writes:
On Sun, Feb 6, 2011 at 5:35 PM, Julius <n0r3p1y web.de> wrote:

 Hi there,
 i'm all new to D but not new to programming in general.
 I'd like to try D but i didn't find a nice tutorial yet.
 I don't want to read a whole book, I just want to get the basics so I can
 start.
 Can you help me find something like that?

 Best regards, Julius
I say get the book. The D Programming Language is a great book. If you are a university student you'll probably be able to read it for free. I finally got my hard-copy, and it's great.
Feb 06 2011
prev sibling next sibling parent reply Peter Alexander <peter.alexander.au gmail.com> writes:
On 6/02/11 11:35 PM, Julius wrote:
 Hi there,
 i'm all new to D but not new to programming in general.
 I'd like to try D but i didn't find a nice tutorial yet.
 I don't want to read a whole book, I just want to get the basics so I can
start.
 Can you help me find something like that?

 Best regards, Julius
What languages do you know already? If it's one of C++, C#, or Java, you might just be able to jump right in, and just reference the website every now and then for specifics.
Feb 07 2011
parent reply Julius <n0r3p1y web.de> writes:
== Quote from Peter Alexander (peter.alexander.au gmail.com)'s article
 On 6/02/11 11:35 PM, Julius wrote:
 Hi there,
 i'm all new to D but not new to programming in general.
 I'd like to try D but i didn't find a nice tutorial yet.
 I don't want to read a whole book, I just want to get the basics so I can
start.
 Can you help me find something like that?

 Best regards, Julius
What languages do you know already? If it's one of C++, C#, or Java, you might just be able to jump right in, and just reference the website every now and then for specifics.
I know Java yet. Can you point me to the parts of the website where i should look? I'm somehow unable to find the right site. Thank you.
Feb 07 2011
parent Jacob Carlborg <doob me.com> writes:
On 2011-02-07 15:20, Julius wrote:
 == Quote from Peter Alexander (peter.alexander.au gmail.com)'s article
 On 6/02/11 11:35 PM, Julius wrote:
 Hi there,
 i'm all new to D but not new to programming in general.
 I'd like to try D but i didn't find a nice tutorial yet.
 I don't want to read a whole book, I just want to get the basics so I can
start.
 Can you help me find something like that?

 Best regards, Julius
What languages do you know already? If it's one of C++, C#, or Java, you might just be able to jump right in, and just reference the website every now and then for specifics.
I know Java yet. Can you point me to the parts of the website where i should look? I'm somehow unable to find the right site. Thank you.
Language: http://www.digitalmars.com/d/2.0/lex.html Standard library: http://www.digitalmars.com/d/2.0/phobos/phobos.html -- /Jacob Carlborg
Feb 07 2011
prev sibling parent Jesse Phillips <jessekphillips+D gmail.com> writes:
Julius Wrote:

 Hi there,
 i'm all new to D but not new to programming in general.
 I'd like to try D but i didn't find a nice tutorial yet.
 I don't want to read a whole book, I just want to get the basics so I can
start.
 Can you help me find something like that?
 
 Best regards, Julius
Well there is the "Starting with D page on Wiki4D http://www.wikiservice.at/d/wiki.cgi?D__Tutorial/StartingWithD And also a related page for those comping from another language http://www.wikiservice.at/d/wiki.cgi?ComingFrom Any improvement to these pages as you learn D are welcome.
Feb 07 2011