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  • #1 ✎ 14 CaramelPuffpuff Beginner Programmer I'm just starting out! I'm still trying to grasp the basics. Programming Strength Drawing I like to draw! Hobbies Video Games I like to play video games! Hobbies I'm from USA. I need a tutor. 私はアメリカ出身です。チューターが必要 --- Hello all. I'm from USA! Now, I have been struggling with all programming in general, and SmileBASIC is the easiest for me, yet I can't learn efficiently myself. In USA version of this website [SmileBasicSource], the tutor services has...tastes I cannot cooperate. I understand I may need to learn by myself, but it's been over 5 years since I have Petit Computer DSi [MkII] and I didn't made a massive jump in learning. If someone [you?] can tutor me to master the programs like you people, I will be very happy and grateful. I also like to be friends too if you want. I have SmileBASIC Switch (プチコン4) and I can able to use keyboard, and record it onto PC. I am a fast learner but requires good and fun explaination. My contact is on Discord [[ IAmTheWarioMan #8324 ]] as I am most active there. Sorry if I'm confusing, I'm using Google Translate. I hope you all have a great day. ======= こんにちは皆さん。私はアメリカ出身です。 今、私はすべてのプログラミング一般に苦労しています、そして、SmileBASICは私にとって最も簡単です、それでも私は自分自身を効率的に学ぶことができません。この[SmileBasicSource]のアメリカ版では、家庭教師サービスは...私が協力することができない失礼な好みを持っています。私は自分で学ぶ必要があるかもしれないことを理解していますが、Petit Computer DSi [MkII]を持ってから5年以上経ちました。誰かがあなたのようなプログラムを習得するように私に教えてくれるなら、私はとても幸せで感謝します。あなたが望むなら私も友達になりたいです。 SmileBASIC Switch(プチコン4)を持っており、キーボードを使用してPCに記録することができます。私は速い学習者ですが、よくて楽しい説明が必要です。私の連絡先はDiscord [[IAmTheWarioMan#8324]]です。 混乱しても申し訳ありませんが、Google Translateを使用しています。みなさん、素晴らしい一日をお過ごしください。 Posted
  • #2 ✎ 337 Minxrod Third Year My account is over 3 years old Website Expert Programmer Programming no longer gives me any trouble. Come to me for help, if you like! Programming Strength QSP Contest 2 Contest Participant I participated in the second SmileBASIC Source QSP Contest! What language do you speak? It might help to find someone who actually knows your language, if possible. Posted
  • #3 ✎ 14 CaramelPuffpuff Beginner Programmer I'm just starting out! I'm still trying to grasp the basics. Programming Strength Drawing I like to draw! Hobbies Video Games I like to play video games! Hobbies
    What language do you speak? It might help to find someone who actually knows your language, if possible.
    I was born native Spanish, but I use English in my life, but sometimes poor grammar. I'm willing to use translator on entire session if needed or possible.
    Posted Edited by CaramelPuffpuff
  • #4 ✎ 411 MZ952 Intermediate Programmer I can make programs, but I still have trouble here and there. Programming Strength Third Year My account is over 3 years old Website Reading I like to read books! Hobbies I'm not sure whether there's a complete, thorough, step-by-step guide or aid to learning all of SmileBASIC (my best guess says no). I suggest messing around with the language and its tools, reviewing the source code of other programs (especially simple ones, if you're just starting out), and asking questions about things you don't understand. You can ask them here, too, in the "programming questions" forum of smilebasicsource. I recommend instigating a project for yourself, a "goal" if you will, and setting yourself on the track to discovering how you can manipulate your knowledge to achieve that goal, whether it's creating a platformer game, a painting tool, an RPG experience, a 3D puzzle game, or what have you. This is how I've learned. I started making simple text editors, then moved on to graphics and platformer games, to drawing tools, and fun little gimmicks in between. I think I got a well-rounded idea of how the SmileBASIC language works from the diversity of all my projects. Posted Edited by MZ952
  • #5 ✎ 14 CaramelPuffpuff Beginner Programmer I'm just starting out! I'm still trying to grasp the basics. Programming Strength Drawing I like to draw! Hobbies Video Games I like to play video games! Hobbies
    I'm not sure whether there's a complete, thorough, step-by-step guide or aid to learning all of SmileBASIC (my best guess says no). I suggest messing around with the language and its tools, reviewing the source code of other programs (especially simple ones, if you're just starting out), and asking questions about things you don't understand. You can ask them here, too, in the "programming questions" forum of smilebasicsource. I recommend instigating a project for yourself, a "goal" if you will, and setting yourself on the track to discovering how you can manipulate your knowledge to achieve that goal, whether it's creating a platformer game, a painting tool, an RPG experience, a 3D puzzle game, or what have you. This is how I've learned. I started making simple text editors, then moved on to graphics and platformer games, to drawing tools, and fun little gimmicks in between. I think I got a well-rounded idea of how the SmileBASIC language works from the diversity of all my projects.
    Excuse my poor vocabulary flaws on this. I'm sorry, but I would have never made this post if I succeeded that advice long time ago, which I didn't, because how easy the programming gets overwhelmed for me to keep learning at all. I appreciate and understand this, but you wouldn't know the complexity of the human brain like mine of how I deal through this. I get stuck on certain problems, and even if I do get it, I get even more stuck when I failed. Not everyone can learn the way you learn as easy as pie.
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  • #6 ✎ 411 MZ952 Intermediate Programmer I can make programs, but I still have trouble here and there. Programming Strength Third Year My account is over 3 years old Website Reading I like to read books! Hobbies Well, SmileBASIC occupies a pretty niche corner of the programming world. If your aim is to learn it, then you most likely have an idealized reason for doing so. I tend to think that most people learn it to make games. Are you learning it to make games? I get that the approach that I explained and that you likely tried doesn't work very well for you, but in the case of this very niche language, detailed and engaging courses built to tutor someone in SB very likely do not exist, at least not to my knowledge at this moment. And the incentive for those experienced enough with SB to build that kind of tutoring project probably doesn't exist either, at least for the most part. Basically, the way I suggest learning SB isn't one mode of many to pick from. Creating that knowledge through personal experimentation and asking questions along the way is just about the only way to do it, in our niche corner. Posted Edited by MZ952
  • #7 ✎ 14 CaramelPuffpuff Beginner Programmer I'm just starting out! I'm still trying to grasp the basics. Programming Strength Drawing I like to draw! Hobbies Video Games I like to play video games! Hobbies
    Well, SmileBASIC occupies a pretty niche corner of the programming world. If your aim is to learn it, then you most likely have an idealized reason for doing so. I tend to think that most people learn it to make games. Are you learning it to make games? I get that the approach that I explained and that you likely tried doesn't work very well for you, but in the case of this very niche language, detailed and engaging courses built to tutor someone in SB very likely do not exist, at least not to my knowledge at this moment. And the incentive for those experienced enough with SB to build that kind of tutoring project probably doesn't exist either, at least for the most part. Basically, the way I suggest learning SB isn't one mode of many to pick from. Creating that knowledge through personal experimentation and asking questions along the way is just about the only way to do it, in our niche corner.
    Yes, I am attempting to learn it to make games, and possibly other applications. That's why I looked into the Japanese communities about this, but my attempts to talk to them is always restricted because of prohibited access in any way. The culture differences between U.S. Americans and Japanese are much different, as Japanese communities take the lessons and tutors very seriously with effort of love, while the U.S.A. lacks such. It could've worked through personal experimentation if I cannot get many normal errors and syntax errors, and years of frustrations regarding figuring out what each. I can't blame anyone but myself for not trying hard, despite trying so, and certain faults in some people, like Petit Professor who deleted almost entire DSi tutorials.
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  • #8 ✎ 3 MrScoey
    That's why I looked into the Japanese communities about this, but my attempts to talk to them is always restricted because of prohibited access in any way. The culture differences between U.S. Americans and Japanese are much different, as Japanese communities take the lessons and tutors very seriously with effort of love, while the U.S.A. lacks such.
    What Japanese communities and tutorials did you find?
    Posted Edited by MrScoey
  • #9 ✎ 14 CaramelPuffpuff Beginner Programmer I'm just starting out! I'm still trying to grasp the basics. Programming Strength Drawing I like to draw! Hobbies Video Games I like to play video games! Hobbies
    That's why I looked into the Japanese communities about this, but my attempts to talk to them is always restricted because of prohibited access in any way. The culture differences between U.S. Americans and Japanese are much different, as Japanese communities take the lessons and tutors very seriously with effort of love, while the U.S.A. lacks such.
    What Japanese communities and tutorials did you find?
    http://petitverse.hosiken.jp/community/petitcom/ http://petitverse.hosiken.jp/community/petitcom/topic/ I couldn't look through all of it, but when they ask questions, most of the older than a day post has more than 2 comments. But me reading them isn't going to help stick into my head, I tried and it left me with more questions that could be on a "troll" level of annoyances, alongside poor communications through words, that tutor and demonstration is the only way... Twitter through #petitcom and #プチコン4 , but they mostly post demo and key there. Also, http://wiki.hosiken.jp/petc3gou/?Toukou where most of the most keys gets archived.
    Posted Edited by CaramelPuffpuff
  • #10 ✎ 14 CaramelPuffpuff Beginner Programmer I'm just starting out! I'm still trying to grasp the basics. Programming Strength Drawing I like to draw! Hobbies Video Games I like to play video games! Hobbies I found the Discord for SmileBASIC of Japan, but it is a Pandora's Box to give it, and I'm shy to talk to them directly though with over fifty poeple... Posted Edited by CaramelPuffpuff
  • #11 ✎ 152 pirate First Week Joined in the very first week of SmileBASIC Source Website Intermediate Programmer I can make programs, but I still have trouble here and there. Programming Strength Perhaps Smilebasic isn't the best tool for learning (unless you really like BASIC) Posted Edited by pirate