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CoderGuide is a resource for programmers, and those wishing to learn how to write their own programs. Before adding any pages to CoderGuide, please look at the other pages to get a feel for how the site is designed.
Changes have been made to make better use of categories. Also, there is a new section for SQL (MySQL specifics will remain under Guides;MySQL). The navigation links in the side bar now direct to category pages rather than specific pages. So long as a page is assigned to the proper category, it will automatically show up in the category index. This will make the pages easier to maintain and to find for everyone.
A few articles of note:
- C Crash Course, a crash course for the C programming langauge
- Getting Started guide for MySQL covers setting up MySQL (after it's installed), adding and deleting databases and users, as well as backing up and restoring your MySQL database.
- Guides:Shells for information on how to use various command shells (like Mac OS X Terminal, Bash, and Windows CMD.EXE)
- Guides:SQL for the SQL query language.
There are 3 namespaces we use here, in addition to the Main/Article namespace: Guides, Reference, XRef (cross reference). Guides are for all documents discussing how to use utilities, and/or information on language syntax. References cover library functions and specific information on language keywords. XRef is for the language cross reference pages.