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Subject: Re: Board Representation. Any strong chess engine uses this method? Than

Author: Ryan B.

Date: 19:55:43 03/06/06

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C is very easy to learn.  Just look up the syntax when needed and write some
simple programs for practice and you will pick it up quickly.  Whatever language
you chose to write your program in I think as long as you are stubborn and
persistent you will do fine.  Good luck.

Ryan


On March 06, 2006 at 22:30:27, Poon Wai Hong wrote:

>Hello,
>
>I hear that C is not an easy programming language.
>
>Thanks for your advice anyway.
>
>
>On March 06, 2006 at 22:16:42, Stuart Cracraft wrote:
>
>>I'd forget about BASIC and its relatives.
>>
>>Go with C.
>>
>>I would not recommend JAVA, C++, or any of the OOPS languages.
>>
>>You need something with speed and that doesn't obfuscate and
>>confuse, for computer chess.
>>
>>Now if you're talking academics, that's another story. Research
>>is research after all.
>>
>>Stuart



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