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Q: python programming language

I want somebody who can help me with python tutorials.please help.

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A: python programming language

Hi mohani,

Welcome to TSG!

The Python programming language tutorial is located at: The Python Tutorial.

I suggest you read the first link at Wikipedia for an overview of the language, and then the tutorial link.

-- Tom

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I am having trouble creating a program that allow customers to enter the insurance company name, annual premium and monthly (6% more) for insurance companies. The insurance company name, annual premium, monthly premium and how much more to pay if paid on monthly basis should be shown.
 

A:Programming Python

You have not provided us any code to help you with. Which part are you having problems with?
 

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I want to learn python programming. I need a beginners - basic user guide. I have a bit, but not much knowledge of programming. The guide doesnt need to be very extensive, but the basics should be explained so I can write basic programs.
 

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Buy "Head First Python" book.. All of their books are Brain Friendly...I have lots of books of them.
 

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I am new to programming, and I want to to web based programs, and want to know what's the easiest programming language to go hand in hand with html ?
 

A:Which Programming Language?

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I have a 15 yo son who wants to learn how to program. He has played with Delphi and lot of the on line games. Unfortunately my experience goes back to the heady days of Pascal , basic and assembler so I can not give him sound advice.

I notice here the two most common "starters" are VB and C++. Are these two good to learn on or should I guide him to another language if these are to hard.

Appreciate the help

harks11
 

A:Programming Language for a 15 yo Son

Leopard is a good place to start. It is a relatively easy language to learn and he can produce his own exe's. It may be too basic for him, but you can take a look at it. And the price is right.

http://www.leopardprogramming.com

Philosophies vary on whether it is a good idea to learn a language that may be very different from what a full-fledged and more commonly used language is, but the principles of programming are very much the same. My own experience seems to be that learning a language like BASIC09, even though greatly different from later C++, actually informed it and allowed for greater flexibility with the new language.
 

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Hi. Im just wondering if ne1 knows the best programming language to chosse. I've tried dark basic to make 3D games. Im wondering is there any programming language that can do everything. Like make 2D and 3D games, have internet commands, registry commands, system commands. I dont think visual basic. NET can make 3D games. Ijust need some suggestions on any good programming languages.

Thanx
 

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You can make games in anything. It just depends on your skills and devotion.

If you want to make a game worth anything you should choose the language you are the most comfortable with. And also try to get a hold of some realism when judging your skills

You don't even have to use a programming language to make a (not so impressive) game.
Have you heard of tools like "Games Factory", "PIE 3D", Milkshape 3D?
 

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i was both an applikczations and a software progra,mmedr. ik'm thinking of getting back to
of getting back to edp. the first thing to do is to learn a language. thed c hoices i want to
learn are c++, c#, visual c++ or java. what do you suggest. please feel
to offedr cyourf own suggestions. thank you.
mord carr
 

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what to go into programming which is the best language?
 

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I would like to join the up and coming programing revolution - but don't know what programming learn for the future (which would be the easiest and best language to learn ).

Thanks

Lockeyp
 

A:Which Programming language is best

It all depends on what the application is. In the earlier days and to some extent today - COBOL is for business applications, Fortran is for scientific programming - that's the legacy.

Start with C. Learn an assembler language - Intel would be best. While your at it learn to drive a symbolic debugger for C which can look at assembled instructions, set breakpoints, watch points, change memory, and step through source code statements until the program blows up at the problem in your program - and you can inspect the flow of data in the program to find out how it caused the problem.

As a part of learning C, learn data structures - which is fundamental to programming in any language. Learn about arrays, linked lists, trees and other advanced data structures like cactii and BTrees.

Learn advanced topics like threads and how to synchronize independent data events for parallel programming - that will be the future - check out Intel's Nehalem processor due to debut in late 2008 at Ars Technica web site.

The learn about inheritance, polymorphism, and abstraction with private and public classes of instances of objects in C++.

For Artificial Intelligence learn Lisp, or Scheme.

For Logic Programming learn Prolog.

You can learn Java, but it is best applied at the mobile device level - although some corps. use it for applications on the Web which is somewhat top heavy from reports.

If you want to do systems software engineering, learn more about hardware, and study Comput... Read more

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hi guys! can you recommend me some good programming language for beginners just like me? my friend in school recommends Turbo C++..is this a suitable language for beginners to learn?

any help would be greatly appreciated..thanks guys...

A:Programming Language

I would suggest firstly is to make decision - what do you want to program, or write code for..? Cause different languages are good for different purposes, for example if you to write for mobile programming then Java would be used... and so on... All C languages are good as well as Java, the principles are mostly the same, the sintaxis are different.
It's difficult to suggest which is the best car..? Since it depends what are you going to use it for..? Same here, do not rush, think what you want to do and then go for it, all languages have tutorials, dedicated to language websites, forums, books and so on. If you love maths and you know it good programing is for you, not much of help though... but...
Good luck!

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Guys,

I am trying to make an application for mobile devices. I am aiming my device at my android mobile (purely for testing purposes). But would like it to be compatible with as many mobile devices as possible (if this is possible).

Can you recommend a progamming language for this? I am willing to use anything.

I'm mainly a BASH programmer, but I also have limited VB.NET experience.

It will be a mobile telnet/SSH client to connect to my server, and will need to issue remote commands to a server.

Any ideas on approach are welcome guys, I want it to be the most streamlined system I can make, and I, by no means claim to be an expert in this area.

Thanks in advance
 

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http://developer.android.com/index.html
 

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I was wondering if you coulde show me some websites where I can learn how to code. Also what would you reccomend?

I am a novice, all i know so far quite well is html and mIRC.
 

A:Want to learn A programming Language

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I am new to the computer programming field, in fact, I don't know a single thing about all the different languages.

I love web design and a webmaster, if you will, but I want to start programming computers instead of just websites now.

I'm a 7th grade homeschooler and I have a good amount of free time which I spend just lazying around. I would like to go into the field of video game programming, but i know I have to learn plenty of other stuff as a base first.

I found a wonderful book that will start me off in game programming, but I first need to learn the basics of application programming. I would like to learn C,C++, and C#, but I'm not sure if I should start out with that, because my brother, a computer science major, said those would be good to start out with, but I also need to learn other languages.

Could anyone please recommend a few languages that would be good for me to start out on, a few more for an Intermediate level and some books that could help me learn them.

Thank you!

A:What programming language should i start with

If you go to the Programming forum, you will find several discussion threads from people asking the very same question. The most complete discussion is found here:http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/Wha...with-t1817.htmlIf, after reading the comments there, you have further questions, then simply append them as a reply to THAT thread.Regards,John

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I’m looking for suggestions as to what programming language or application to use that is reasonably easy to learn so as to build a simple, easy to use and flexible Personal Information Manager with proper programming standards. The PIM won’t need a lot of fancy whistles and bells in its initial version but may need to expand just like all applications seem to do. I've already done an outline of what I want it to do. Of course, I own several PIM's but most are either too rigid or too cumbersome by trying to be everything to every user. As always, TSG members are the ones I reach out to.Thanks in advance.
 

A:What programming language or application to use

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hey guys, i've been really wanting to get into this, but just haven't had time. i have a 2 week break now and really want to sink my teeth into this stuff. i'm looking at coding in Windows (XP) if that makes a difference. i'm really interested in making my PC more efficient, i've noticed a lot of stuff on batch programming being mentioned. would this be ideal for me?

thanks guys
 

A:Which programming language to choose?

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Hi All...

At work, i've got to write a complicated quotation program.
The catch is that i've already written it - on a Apple II many years ago in BASIC...

Now ive got to do it all over again for the PC...
But i don't know which BASIC program to use - Ive only heard of Visual BASIC - any others out there...

If anyone can remember far back, i'd like it as similar as APPLE II Basic which is almost identical to the Sinclair Spectrum's Basic..

Like:-
100 ?"Hello"
110 Input a$
120 If a$="goodbye" then gosub 500
etc etc...

I know i could use emulators, but i'd rather not in this case...

Anyone help me??
 

A:Which BASIC programming language to use??

Cheers Rick...

Guess i never really thought about that - Yes, if its going to be similar then IT has to be in DOS (command prompt)...

So QBASIC and GWBASIC are the only two that you've heard of??
 

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My examination is just over and I've three months of leisure in hand.I want to learn 'something' during this period.To be precise,I want to learn some programming languages.But the problem is that I don't know nothing but BASIC.Which programming language should I learn? C language?I'm being advised that C is the mother of all languages and I should go for C.Is it true that if I can master C,I can master any language?

PSlease don't give perfunctory answers.Your opinion is precious to me.
 

A:Which programming language should I learn?

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I would like to begin to learn programming. What would be the best one to learn; what is the dominant programming language now?
 

A:Solved: What programming language?

Hey mate, do a search on the forums about discussions related to learning programming languages.

Mods: Perhaps you could dedicate a sticky to this?
 

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During college days our batch collected data of all in the same batch and wanted to build a database. While the database should contain permanent datas like names, dob, fav things n stuff. There should be a coloumn where present contacts can be added.
Could someone help me decide which language i could use so that i can achieve. If any have played Football manager, i was looking at something like that. I believe that uses XML. But what should i use as database.
The main thing of all i have no depth knowledge in any programming but being a computer graduate jus know the basic.
Pls help.
 

A:HELP: Choosing right programming language

I wouldn't get to complicated with this and use something like MS ACCESS. Really a simple excel spreadsheet would get you started. Seems there was a sample database that did this??

If you Google 'contact freeware' you may find something ready for you to use. No reason to re-invent the wheel.
 

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Hi all,
I am taking college classes, and my first programming experience of any kind was last semester, with an intro to programming class. This semester I am taking the first part of a two-semester class in Java. I am finding it pretty difficult. I am wondering if it is just me, or is picking Java (out of any other language) sort of hard to learn for a first-time programmer/total beginner? Was there an easier one I could start with? I want to go for a BA or MA in Computer Science, and one of the requirements to get into either program is two semesters of java. In addition to reading Java Programming by Joyce Farrell for class, I bought Java For Dummies as sort of a preparatory book. Would anyone recommend any other Java books that they've read?
 

A:First programming language - Java

Hi,

Welcome to TSG. Java is hard, right, but that is just at the beginning. After that if you pay enough time, effort and attention, it will not. For an example, when I was writing my first hello world program(one year before), I told my lecturer I am not gonna MAKE IT. I told him I am not gonna make a single WORKING program in my whole life time. But that was the beginning. Now I am on my way to make a program which will work based on the user's voice. See, that is now. At the beginning anything is hard, even the world's most easiest thing. But, when you do it with courage and attention, it will become a hobby and of course easy.

And there is another thing I learn t from my self based experience. That is, do not limit your self to the text book. Learn by searching by your self. Always try to become a challenge to other people by trying to get more knowledge than them (yes, education is a competition). And to be honest, I made contacts with lot of Java programmers in all around the world, and that is the golden knowledge base of mine(One of my friends in TSG was my first Java helper) . Their knowledge always helped me whenever I am stuck. You also do it by sticking up with TSG and other technical forums.

Love your failures, they will tell you where you will get wrong. Never get disappointing by saying that is hard. Whenever you find something new, and if you can try it out, do it. Do not wait until your lecturer asks you to do it.

Help your friends to learn Ja... Read more

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If I wish to start learning about computer scripting/programming, what is a good beginner's programming language to start with?
 

A:Beginner's Programming Language?

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I am looking for some advice on which languages to use for a test repository program I am trying to develop. The project plan is as follows:

User Input ? Java Script, JQuery or JSON (Not sure if program will be web-based)

Pull-down from user input to data storage ? PHP (I am open to some other ways to accomplish this)

Data Storage ? MySQL, Access, Excel

Pull data from storage for flash card / test execution ? PHP

Flash card execution ? Not sure here

Test execution (Random question w/ multiple choice) ? Not sure here

Overall program execution ? Java, Python, C++/C

Any advice is greatly appreciated.
 

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test repository programClick to expand...

You mean an online exam program ?
 

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Wich one of this languages you think is the best?
 

A:Favourite programming language

Assembler or Pascal for me, can't decide.
 

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I want to write a program to handle inventories. As parameters, I have decided the following rules at the outset:

1. It should be Excel based
2. I do not want to learn or use any code
3. I do not even want to use VBA, or create macros

I have been looking around at sites like Tersus, and want to go down this route. Has anyone used VPL, or could point to a discussion that would help me decide which program/software to use?

I have XL with Windows 2007.

Thanks

PR
 

A:Visul Programming Language(VPL)

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Well ive been wanting for awile to learn to program, and in 2 years i got a highschool java class im going to take,but i wanna get a head start, or at least know some programming. What would be the best language to learn first (also concerning one thats not real hard), java, c,c+,C++,c+++, visual basic? Also, whats a good book to read on learning whichever language you think? Thanks
 

A:Best begging programming language?

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I need to be able to create a program that will make random math problems up to but not including algebra (maybe really simple algebra, like 5+5=x). Also word problems. Does anybody here have any ideas of languages that would be good to start with?

note: already have a book on C++ programming I'm poking through.
 

A:Need to learn a programming language or two.

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There are many languages and platforms out there to choose from. Which one do you use? Why? What features do you like from it?

I prefer Java because it is platform independent. But generally use VB6 if my programs are for the PC only.
 

A:Which programming language/platform?

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i was just wondering what language is good for a starting video game programmer (which language should i learn first???)
 

A:starting programming language for gaming

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Sorry everyone...I hope that all of my posts are not becoming a nuisance.

I want to get experience in many of the programming languages that are out there, including Web programming languages. My main problem is that the college I am going to does not offer a lot of the languages. And for those that they do offer, the classes are few and far between when it comes to scheduling because many of the students are too afraid of ruining their GPAs by taking them.

I know of sites where I can learn some of the programming languages, but I have just one question:

Are there any IDEs out there (preferably freeware) for Perl, Java, COBOL, and such?

I have tried Googling for this, but I have not found anything. I have found answers to a Java IDE, but I'm not sure which the best one for me to download is.

Once again, I apologize for my enormous amounts of posts (or so it seems to me).

Thanks for any help and guidance.
 

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Hello. I'm trying to decide which windows programming language to learn. (Is "windows programming language" the correct description?) I don't have any specific projects in mind yet, so a language that would be broadly useful would be good (and Free would be even better!)

I have done quite a lot of programming in non-windows languages, i.e. Basic and Fortran 95, I've done a bit in C and a tiny bit in Pascal some time ago. Way back in the dim recesses of my memory I did use Visual Basic with Win 3.1, but I understand that Visual Basic is rather restricting and not such a good one to go for.

I would be grateful for advice.

Thanks.

Sharker
WinXP SP2
 

A:Which Windows programming language to learn?

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I'm looking to dive into the art of programming but have absolutely no idea where to start. I have been told that C++ is an option but perhaps its a little too advanced for a begginner? My main purpose for learning a programming language is to caclulate scientiffic formulas etc. and maybe even graphing them at some point: whether that be an output file for Excel or an actual drawn image. Can anyone recommend a language, books, and/or where I can get a hold of some cheap software to get me started?

Thanks for your input!
 

A:Learning a Programming Language.. Where to start?

Take a course at your local college.
 

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For example the Linux kernel?
 

A:Are OS Kernels created with programming language?

psam3 said:


For example the Linux kernel?Click to expand...

Yep. C is used for some, like Unix and Linux and assembly language is used for others. I believe a mixture of assembly language and C is common in kernel development.

You can download the Linux kernel source here and read it, if you want.

Peace...
 

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For software development, quite a number of languages are in use now-a-days, e.g Visual Basic, Java, C, C++. Is it possible to hazard a guess as to which language is ' the most used ', then the ' next most used ' etc. This I am interested in knowing because ,then, I can pay attention to these languages accordingly. I am a retired person and learning all the above mentioned languages at random. Perhaps, then, I can discipline myself in devoting my attention and time. I shall be grateful if someone can throw some light on this.
 

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A:Whats your favorite web-based programming language?

Mines Html, Dhtml, with Javascript mixed in!

Dave
 

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I know HTML, but i want to move away from that and go into a langauge like VB, C, ...etc. i was wondering what language i should learn and why.
 

A:What is a good begging programming language to learn?

What do you want to achieve? What is your background? Do you actually have the money to pay for some developer tools?

If you want to write casual Windows snippets then you may want to learn/use VB even though everyone will laugh at you. For simple things in Unix world you can use Perl or TCL.

If you want to get into "serious" programming you want to learn Java and then move on to C++.

If you want to write real applications right away, you may like Delphi..
 

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Introducing C++11: Next iteration of programming language passes review.

This past week in Madrid, Spain, the next iteration of the C++ programming language, C++11, passed review by the technical standards committee.

"The purpose of standardization is not language features; the purpose is to make C++ code faster, more reliable, easier to write, easier to maintain, and easier to modify. Now that we know what the standard looks like, we can start programming with it. Compilers are already implementing many of the new features today."

For more details, please see the C++0x FAQ.
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-- Tom
 

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I use Microsoft Office 2003. My operating system is XP. I want to learn a programming language but can't figure out which is the best to learn. If I learn VBA, am I learning a dead end language that will be useless if my company upgrades to later version of Microsoft Office or a newer operating system. Does Visual Basic.net work with 2003?
 

A:What is best programming language to learn for Microsoft Office 2003

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Why Parrot is Important.

Think writing a compiler is difficult? It is—unless you use Parrot, a complete compiler construction kit. With Parrot, crafting a new programming language is as easy as authoring a new website.

Quote Reference: Why Parrot is Important (Linux Magazine)
"Good tools lower the risk of trying out new ideas. Spending 10 years implementing a radical new concept in programming languages, alien to users of existing languages, is a daunting prospect. Spending a few weeks, on the other hand, is quite tolerable. Successful experiments can quickly go on to solve more problems, while the unsuccessful ones can be quickly set aside, applying the lessons learned to the next language."Click to expand...

-- Tom
 

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Carnegie Mellon releases ROBOTC2.0 programming language for educational robots.

Carnegie Mellon University's Robotics Academy announces the release of ROBOTC2.0®, a programming language for robots and an accompanying suite of training tools that are easy enough for elementary students to use, but powerful enough for college-level engineering courses.

-- Tom
 

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Porting Perl To Python.

Summary: Porting legacy Perl to Python can be a daunting task. In this article, learn some of the theory behind dealing with legacy code, including what not to do.Click to expand...

-- Tom
 

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Hello,
I have an idea for some interactive "flashcards", an educational program, where you test/educate yourself for vocabulary words.

My question is "What computer language should I try to develop this in?"

I visualize that the program would just be text display text, but it would be nice to display some graphics.

About 30 yrs. ago I did some programming in Basic & Fortran. You can get Basic, Python, or Scratch on-line for no charge. The learning curve would also be less in those languages.

If some publisher would be interested in the idea, would he want it programmed in Java, C++, or Visual Basic? or would Basic, Python, or Scratch be good enough?

I am retired, have a lot of time, but few financial resources, and this project is a labor of love rather than a professional move.

Any advice will be appreciated,
Thank you

A:Programming "Flashcards", in what computer language?

Microsoft gives several compilers for free, in my opinion, since you know BASIC, then develop the application with Visual BASIC. Personally, I prefer the C languages, such as C++ and C#, since I find the syntax quicker to write than BASIC.

Python and Java are based around C and C++ too.

Personally, from developer forums and Q/A, I've seen most people develop in C# or C++.

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Hiya

Visual Studio Tools for the Microsoft Office System can help you take advantage of the productivity enhancements in the Microsoft .NET Framework to extend Microsoft Office Word 2003 and Microsoft Office Excel 2003 using Visual Basic .NET and Visual C#. The tools include new Visual Studio .NET projects for creating code behind Word documents, Word templates, and Excel workbooks.
System Requirements
Supported Operating Systems: TabletPC, Windows 2000, Windows 2000 Service Pack 2, Windows 2000 Service Pack 3, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP, Windows XP 64-bit

.NET Framework
Office 2003

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...5f-c764-4cc3-a5f3-48c9103f6b2f&DisplayLang=en

Regards

eddie
 

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I installed Windows 8 Pro and installed an additional language(let's say it's B) pack, changed system display language to B, and system locale to B.

And I got infinite BSOD after installing some drivers(not related to language pack, just I made mistake installing old programs), so I 'refresh'ed the system.

Guess what, after the refresh, system display was set to English(united kingdom, which is default), AND system locale remained as language B.

This is the problematic part;
1.I CANNOT change system display language to B, it says it's unavailable.
2.The system regards the language pack is already installed because I can still use B as system locale.
3.I cannot reinstall or remove the language pack. LPKSETUP doesn't detect B.

SO i'm pretty much stuck, and I don't want to reinstall just to change the system display language.

Is there any solution to this(removing/reinstalling language pack)?

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I found this official link 1 hour ago after searching for 2 years.

I own an Office 2007 Student Pack in Italian - but I'm used to excel formulas in English,
and to have all Office in English. The interface being in Italian it's a pain.

Microsoft 2 years ago discontinued the support for language pack support,
I was pointing there to change interface every-time I had to reinstall.
The PC Main Disk crashed, and over the pain to do the full install of everything,
I discovered that I was stuck with an Italian Office !
DUH !

Now they came back and offered a good solution ... full download of the older Office version ... any language.
(only 32 bit)

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/soft...office?ref=o12
Hope it will help some other People out there !

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Hello All,
Please understand the scenario.


"We are developing a web based software that is used in FleetServices to process some driver and vehicle files, that contains activities (like driving, rest etc.). So the problem is that when i got a (driver/vehicle) file in German language and i try to transfer it to server, it fails if my regional setting is set to Greek Language. But i am able to transfer (driver/vehicle) file if my OS's Regional setting is other than Greek."

So my question is that why German language is not supported by operating system only if my regional setting is Greek (it is working fine if regional setting is other than Greek).

Is there a bug in Windows XP or Visual Studio 8 or we are doing something wrong.

If there German language is not supported by Greek OS then please refer my some url where such information is available which clearly speaks that this scenario is not at all supported. If it is supported then please tell me how to support it.

I would be very-very thankful to you.

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I found this official link 1 hour ago after searching for 2 years.

I own an Office 2007 Student Pack in Italian - but I'm used to excel formulas in English,
and to have all Office in English. The interface being in Italian it's a pain.

Microsoft 2 years ago discontinued the support for language pack support,
I was pointing there to change interface every-time I had to reinstall.
The PC Main Disk crashed, and over the pain to do the full install of everything,
I discovered that I was stuck with an Italian Office !
DUH !

Now they came back and offered a good solution ... full download of the older Office version ... any language.
(only 32 bit)

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/soft...office?ref=o12
Hope it will help some other People out there !

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