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    Default What Should I Study to do Something with Computers?

    I really want to do something with computers as a carreer...all of the talented people on this site should be able to help. Thanks!

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    programing! thats what im gonna go to college for

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    I find GSC pretty easy compared to other languages.
    You can make such a big difference on the game so easily. Like a dvar can change the jump hight, easy.
    C++ got really boring because you had to do so much work to do something.
    Tlpwnzer said Visual basic (vb.net)
    is 10x easier then GSC.
    But I have been so much into modding that I couldn't leave.

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