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Please post any good programming websites in this thread. I will try and put them into this post if they are any good. If you don't want to clutter this thread you can pm them to me.

Thanks in advance. ;)
Prometheus

General
http://www.codeproject.com/ [C++, C#, .NET] (by Gurr)
http://www.planetsourcecode.com/ (by AntiThesis )
http://www.sadeveloper.net/ (by Gurr)
http://www.tek-tips.com/ [Lots of stuff] (by Ettubrute)
http://www.hotscripts.com/ [Web programming resources] (by James)
http://www.devx.com/ (by James)

Delphi
http://delphi.about.com/ (by Ant1b0dy)

Assembler
http://webster.cs.ucr.edu/
http://www.jorgon.freeserve.co.uk/

Perl
http://www.unix.org.ua/orelly/perl/cookbook/ [Online Book] (by Kingmonty)
http://www.cpan.org/ (by Kingmonty)
http://www.perl.com/doc/manual/html/pod/perlre.html [Regular Expressions] (by Kingmonty)

PHP
http://www.phpclasses.org/ (by Ettubrute)
http://www.php.net/ (by Moederloos)

ASP
http://www.aspin.com/ (by AntiThesis)
http://www.asp.net/ (by Gurr)
http://www.coveryourasp.com/ (by AntiThesis)
http://www.4guysfromrolla.com/ (by AntiThesis)
http://www.15seconds.com/ (by AntiThesis)
 
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ettubrute

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Edited your list... Tek-Tips has almost all languages, software packages and systems, not just Microsoft...
 
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ettubrute said:
Edited your list... Tek-Tips has almost all languages, software packages and systems, not just Microsoft...
Ok, but a quick glance and the name Microsoft came up in over 20 categories.
 

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James said:
What I often do is look at these sort of scripts and then take parts of them/rewrite them to work for me ...

But if I can do it myself I prefer to - that way I know what is going on in the code (have you ever tried to figure out why an extention for Joomla isn't working?)
 

Moederloos

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kilps said:
What I often do is look at these sort of scripts and then take parts of them/rewrite them to work for me ...

But if I can do it myself I prefer to - that way I know what is going on in the code (have you ever tried to figure out why an extention for Joomla isn't working?)
[snip]hey, nothing wrong [cut] with a bit of [copy] copy and paste... :D

(provisio: if you copy and paste any bit of windoze into your code, you only have yourself to blame...)
 
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