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Our Mission

Wikiprogramming was developed as a tool for programmers regardless of level; as a place to build a solid foundation of programming languages by using our many tutorials for beginner or intermediate programmers or to use as a point of reference for more advanced work. The concept is to increase the accessibility of learning programming languages and to consolidate them in one place. Wikiprogramming hopes to one day change the way the world learns to program and to enable any one to make his or her ideas a reality.

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Your Role

Wikiprogramming is built off user contributions. Technology moves forward at an incredible pace, and the world of programming is no exception. The goal of this Wiki is to attempt to keep up with the latest updates in all languages and to provide the most current and relevant information to our viewers.

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