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#1 leprechaun05


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Posted 27 March 2005 - 04:20 PM

[FONT=Arial][COLOR=red] I just joined after hearing about this site today. I am a "Beginner" and I surprised myself by even finding this site to say "Hello" to everyone. I'm sure, if past practice is any indication, I'll be needing your help in the future as this computer language, terms, etc. are completely foreign to me. I seem to learn one thing but I forget 2 other things! Anyway, this sure looks like a great site and I just hope I can understand the directions in order to take advantage of all you offer. :thumbsup:
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#2 lil_wiz_kid


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Posted 27 March 2005 - 04:35 PM


dw it takes awile to learn all this mumble jumble

i am 13 and have been on the computer every day of my life since i was 9 and i started

programing when i was 10 so if you need some help just pm me! lolz :thumbsup:

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Posted 27 March 2005 - 11:15 PM

You will find this place a great place to learn. The compupedia, for example, is a quick reference for computer terms you might not know, the Tutorials which are designed for the relatively new user, are very well written, and the forums are always interesting, especially the pinned topics at the top.
Because all of us were beginners at some time of our computing life, and the members are friendly and more than willing to share experience and expertise, never hesitate to post a question or ask for help.
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