Getting Started with Hello, World!

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Learn how to write, compile, and run "Hello, World!" in some of the most popular programming languages, build environments, and operating systems.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Discuss the reasons behind writing a 'hello, world!' program when learning a new programming language and/or environment
    Create a 'hello, world!' c program in emacs, compile it with the gnu gcc compiler, and run it with gdb
    Create a 'hello, world!' c++ program in microsoft visual studio
    Create a 'hello, world!' java program in eclipse
    Create a 'hello, world!' python program in pycharm
    Create an html page with javascript that outputs 'hello, world!' using aptana studio
    Create a 'hello, world!' c# program in visual studio
    Create a 'hello, world!' php program in zend studio
    Create a ruby project that outputs 'hello, world!' using aptana studio
    Create a 'hello, world!' program in rstudio using the r language
    Create an html page that displays 'hello, world!' with the css3 text-shadow effect in webmatrix
    Create a 'hello, world!' c++ program in eclipse c++
    Create a 'hello, world!' java program in intellij idea
  • Create a 'hello, world!' bash script in ubuntu using vim from the command line
    Create a rubyonrails web application that outputs 'hello, world!'
    Configure php-fpm to output 'hello, world!' from a php page through the nginx webserver
    Create a 'hello, world!' javascript program in node.js in webmatrix
    Create a 'hello, world!' python program in pydev in aptana studio
    Create a 'hello, world!' clojure program using leiningen
    Write 'hello, world!' to the javascript console of your web browser
    Create a 'hello, world!' rust program, compile it with rustc, and run it
    Create a 'hello, world!' c program in emacs, compile it with the llvm clang compiler, and run it with lldb
    Verify a mysql install by executing mysql from the command line to select the string 'hello, world!'
    Create a 'hello, world!' c program using the gnu autotools
    Create a 'hello, world!' php program in webmatrix
    Create a php program that uses mysql to select the literal string 'hello, world!' and prints the result

IN THIS COURSE

  • 3m 19s
    In this video, you will discuss the reasons behind writing a 'Hello, World!' program when learning a new programming language or environment. FREE ACCESS
  • 6m 5s
    Find out how to create a 'Hello, World!' C program in emacs, compile it with the GNU gcc compiler, and debug it with gdb. FREE ACCESS
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    3.  Hello World from C++ in Visual Studio
    3m 45s
    In this video, learn how to create a "Hello, World!" C++ program in Microsoft Visual Studio. FREE ACCESS
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    4.  Hello World from Java in Eclipse
    3m 44s
    In this video, you will create a "Hello, World!" Java program in Eclipse. FREE ACCESS
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    5.  Hello World from Python in PyCharm
    5m 12s
    In this video, you will learn how to create a "Hello, World!" python program in PyCharm. FREE ACCESS
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    6.  Hello World from Javascript in Aptana Studio
    4m 27s
    In this video, learn how to create an HTML page with JavaScript that outputs 'Hello, World!' using Aptana Studio. FREE ACCESS
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    7.  Hello World from C# in Visual Studio
    3m 44s
    In this video, you will learn how to create a 'Hello, World!' C# program in Visual Studio. FREE ACCESS
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    8.  Hello World from PHP in Zend Studio
    3m 35s
    In this video, find out how to create a 'Hello, World!' PHP program in Zend Studio. FREE ACCESS
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    9.  Hello World from Ruby in Aptana Studio
    2m 57s
    In this video, learn how to create a Ruby project that outputs 'Hello, World!' using Aptana Studio. FREE ACCESS
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    10.  Hello World from Rstudio
    4m 19s
    In this video, you will learn how to create a "Hello, World!" program in Rstudio using the R language. FREE ACCESS
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    11.  Hello World from HTML5/CSS3 in WebMatrix
    3m 30s
    In this video, you will create an HTML page that displays 'Hello, World!' with the CSS3 text-shadow effect in WebMatrix. FREE ACCESS
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    12.  Exercise: Hello World from C++ in Eclipse
    4m 59s
    Learn how to create a 'Hello, World!' C++ program in Eclipse. FREE ACCESS
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    13.  Exercise: Hello World from Java in IntelliJ IDEA
    5m 45s
    In this video, find out how to create a 'Hello, World!' Java program in IntelliJ IDEA. FREE ACCESS
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    14.  Hello World from Bash in Vim
    3m 29s
    In this video, you will learn how to create a "Hello, World!" Bash script in Ubuntu using Vim from the command line. FREE ACCESS
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    15.  Hello World from Ruby on Rails
    5m 29s
    In this video, you will learn how to create a Ruby on Rails web application that outputs 'Hello, World!'. FREE ACCESS
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    16.  Hello World from PHP through nginx and fastcgi
    5m 59s
    In this video, find out how to configure php-fpm to output 'Hello, World!' from a php page using the nginx webserver. FREE ACCESS
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    17.  Hello World from Node.js in WebMatrix
    3m 56s
    In this video, you will create a 'Hello, World!' javascript program in node.js using WebMatrix. FREE ACCESS
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    18.  Exercise: Hello World from PyDev
    4m 22s
    In this video, you will learn how to create a 'Hello, World!' python program in PyDev using Aptana Studio. FREE ACCESS
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    19.  Hello World from Clojure using Leiningen
    4m 22s
    In this video, you will create a 'Hello, World!' Clojure program using Leiningen. FREE ACCESS
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    20.  Exercise: Hello World from Javascript in Firefox
    1m 49s
    Learn how to write 'Hello, World!' to the Javascript console of your web browser. FREE ACCESS
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    21.  Hello World from Rust
    3m 38s
    In this video, you will learn how to create a 'Hello, World!' Rust program, compile it using rustc, and run it. FREE ACCESS
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    22.  Hello World from C in Emacs and LLVM
    4m 5s
    In this video, find out how to create a 'Hello, World!' C program in emacs, compile it with the llvm clang compiler, and debug it with lldb. FREE ACCESS
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    23.  Hello World from SQL in Mysql
    2m 39s
    During this video, you will learn how to verify a mysql install by executing mysql from the command line and selecting the string 'Hello, World!'. FREE ACCESS
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    24.  Hello World from GNU Autotools with C
    6m 7s
    Learn how to create a 'Hello, World!' C program using the GNU Autotools. FREE ACCESS
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    25.  Exercise: Hello World from PHP in WebMatrix
    2m 3s
    Learn how to create a 'Hello, World!' PHP program in Microsoft WebMatrix. FREE ACCESS
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    26.  Hello World from PHP and Mysql
    4m 32s
    Find out how to create a PHP program that uses mysql to SELECT the literal string 'Hello, World!' and print the result. FREE ACCESS

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