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    Or you could make it a tad bit easier and just include
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    using namespace std;
    so you just can include the cout as originally.

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    Yeah, but for new guys they dont usally show them that at the very beginning(at least from what I've seen) of tutorials. Thats a few more lessons down the road.
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    Good Web Programming site with a few Tuts. http://programming.hypreed.com/

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    Add http://www.directxtutorial.com/ for DirectX.

    It's pretty darn good.

    I'm having a hard time finding a good DirectDraw tutorial though...
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    Another great list of links and resources!
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    i really want to be a programmer but my mind cant handle it hahahaha

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    Anybody happen to know any tutorials specifically for Java using the HSA Console?
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    Hmmm I would suggest just programming in Java instead of doing the HSA console stuff. From what I have heard its more trouble to actually use HSA then Java itself.

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    I actually am familiar with both. Took two Java courses in school, with two different teachers; one used HSA, the other didn't. I honestly preferred the HSA console. It's just been a few years and I really don't remember it at all any more.

    I'm just about ready to give up though, and just go with standard Java. I can't seem to find anything online, and I don't feel like spending the rather hefty cost for the HSA manual.
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    Good =).
    HSA is kinda like java for 5 year olds, it's a higher level language of Java so that there is less thinking. What are you trying to make btw?

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