nicetomeetyou — 2012-11-21T13:43:36-05:00 — #1
Do all programming languages run on the same algorithms or are algorithms in each language relatively unrelated?
I was thinking of maybe making a start with algorithms but clueless as to where to begin. I was think if there are core consepts then I could start with them.
amsknox — 2012-11-30T15:52:24-05:00 — #2
There is a book that might help called, Practical Algorithms for Programmers
serverstorm — 2012-11-30T17:22:16-05:00 — #3
Algorithms or functions/methods between languages are often similarly named or at least have functionalities across languages that are similar. This is true for syntax such as brackets and end-of-line/end-of-command terminators.
It depends on what you want to do. If you want to start to have a web-site that can interact with a database, then you may want to look at PHP. The PHP manual is quite good and there are many good books regarding PHP. A good place to start is [PHP & MYSQL[URL="http://www.sitepoint.com/books/phpmysql5/"]NOVICE TO NINJA, 5TH EDITION](http://www.sitepoint.com/books/phpmysql5/)
I hope this helps,
system — 2012-12-01T06:03:22-05:00 — #4
I think you don't know the meaning of algorithem.
Algorithem is the group of steps in which your programm will be run and you execute a particuler task.So algoritham of any program is same but the logic are diffrent.
hanisharun_com — 2012-12-04T11:24:49-05:00 — #5
Algorithm is a core subject for software engineering. It is a set of instructions for solving a problem.
Normally we solve a problem using a computer as a tools with:
Input --> Process --> Output
Algorithm plays it roles during process run time. You design a set of instruction for computer to execute. It is not about the language, it is about how you told the computer to complete the job. Just my 2 sense
prosence — 2012-12-05T04:40:40-05:00 — #6
And it is your own implementation, you have to create something unique!