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Starting out advice

Discussion in 'Programming' started by kapakra, Jun 12, 2006.

  1. kapakra

    kapakra New Member

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    hello

    i have been using batch files in windows to remote install software, and other bits and bobs. What would be the best language to learn to do the same job?

    i would love to have a nice interphase etc for the program!

    i am very willing to put the work in to learn what ever you guys think is best!

    Thank you in advance!

    Bob
     
  2. shabbir

    shabbir Administrator Staff Member

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    Welcome to G4EF.

    Also regarding your query can you clarify what is your query as I could not understand much from
    Probably you dont need to learn any programming langauge to just install the softwares.
     
  3. kapakra

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    hi

    sorry for my bad post!

    ok i currently use a dos program to install programs silently on remote computers, but at the moment i have to type out the command for each program, is there any way to make a interphase for it so people can clikc check boxes and it will write the commands for me?

    also because im a admin in my network i would like the software to remember my password, so other users can install the software.

    thanx

    bob.
     
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    shabbir Administrator Staff Member

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    Probably not readily available but you can program that in many langauges specially C.
     
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    Yeah, I would tend to use Visual Basic, you can make nice user interfaces with it but its also the only language i can write programs with ;) although i'm getting the hang of C and C++ :)
     

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