There are lots of tutorials out there. Try Googling "Software Development", "beginning programming", etc. You should also look into what the course materials are for some of the junior college programming courses (like CSC 101). This will give you a leg-up on what you're going to have to know in order to get started. You can also look at code examples on the web. Find out what problem or task the program performs or solves and look at the steps in the programming language code to see how it was done. I first learned programming from a FORTRAN class that I took.. Later I learned assembly language by literally reading the assembly output listing of the assembler program itself. Good luck! You can do it!!!
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