Ok, I'm lost...
wilkesjoiner at gmail.com
Sat Jan 21 22:25:20 UTC 2006
Squeak can be an alien environment to a newcomer. I've put together a
basic tutorial to get a programmer started with Squeak. You can find
It won't help you write a web browser, but it will get started on
writing your own classes.
On 1/21/06, Max <demonfoxkyubi at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm familiar with some other programming languages and learning those
> usually start with a command prompt which is much easier in my
> opinion. I've been looking for some good tutorials but most of them
> seem to be geared to little kids and are only about drawing stuff and
> then tell them how to act with a scripting window. I'll stick with
> Flash and ActionScript for stuff like that. It's cool that Squeak has
> a web browser and email reader and stuff but what if *I* wanted to
> make those? I'm completely lost about where to start.
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