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looking for supervisor/mentor for lua and CC


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#1 raflnatorr

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Posted 26 August 2016 - 08:44 PM

I just started with CC and lua and i slowly learn. But i run into problems all the time and i use a great deal of time to troubleshoot and a lot of times, i just can't get the answer.
That's why i'm looking for someone that can "take me under their wings", just like the "adopt a noob" subreddits. The reason is also, that i don't want to overflow the forum with silly question, because i'm the kind of person, that needs to get something explained two or three times.

So if any kindhearted person is out there and is willing to answer my stupid questions, please contact me via a pm or a comment!

p.s i don't hope i break any rules.

- RaFLnatorr

#2 KingofGamesYami

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Posted 26 August 2016 - 08:57 PM

I'm going to list a few resources that you may be interested in:

ComputerCraft's IRC Channel is a place where you could ask for help with minor issues

Google is always your friend. Prefix your question with "site:computercraft.info" to get results specifically for computercraft.
- I will mention, some results are better than others. StackOverflow is usually very good, if you can find it.

Programming in Lua is a great resource for questions relating to the Lua language.

Ask A Pro is the best place for any remaining questions you might have, as the answers will be available to anyone that's trying to learn.

#3 Lupus590

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Posted 26 August 2016 - 09:03 PM

Once you have done Programming in Lua (see Yami's post above for link), you may want to try more tutorials, or even keep something as reference for later: http://lua-users.org...torialDirectory





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