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YouTube Playlists for Learning Programming

YouTube has been very good platform for learning any thing. Earlier you have seen 400+ courses on YouTube and 130+ NPTEL courses. There are few more courses especially about computer programming. These are contributed by various individuals. YouTube Playlists for Learning Programming
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Norman Matloff University of California, Davis June 17, 2008 ©2003-2008, N. Matloff Contents A Quick, Painless Tutorial on the Python Language

A Quick, Painless Tutorial on the Python Language

Game From Scratch | Game From Scratch C++ Edition!

Game From Scratch | Game From Scratch C++ Edition!

Want to create a game using C++ and SFML? This is the perfect place to start! This tutorial series will follow the creation of a simple game in C++ from the very beginning till the end, a micro-version of the overall purpose of this site. C++ is an evolving language standard and a great many tutorials out there are horrifically outdated or just plain bad. Similarly, most tutorials in books or on sites are by their very nature required to be very short and concise.
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Dictionary of Algorithms and Data Structures

This web site is hosted by the Software and Systems Division, Information Technology Laboratory, NIST in collaboration with the FASTAR group. Development of this dictionary started in 1998 under the editorship of Paul E. Black. Dictionary of Algorithms and Data Structures