If you need help with programming, here are some great places to look.
A great educational resource for basic tutorials on programming. If you're completely new to programming, I would recommend the Visual Basic or C# tutorials, but the website has introductory videos on quite a few topics and languages to dip your toes in.
I frequently get questions regarding programming-- and there's no way I can answer them all. Stack Overflow is a great place to ask questions and find answers. I recommend also trying to give answers...there's no better way to master a concept than to have to teach it.
Currently I can heavily recommend their HTML & CSS course. And I actually suggest you learn HTML & CSS first -- because they are easy languages and understanding them will help with understanding the web. So many applications are web based these days, it's practically essential. Unfortunately as of this writing their other courses aren't quite as polished, so I would go to other tutorials for other languages after this, such as Bucky's Room if you are just learning the basics of programming. If you're just using it to learn a new language and you're an experienced programmer you might not have trouble, but it doesn't always do a good job of really getting basic programming concepts across.
This should probably be your first reaction if you are stuck on a problem. Google it! Learn to use search engines well and you will rarely get stuck. Someone has probably faced a similar problem before.
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