Tyl Programming Language
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A long time ago came a man on a track
Walking thirty miles with a pack on his back
And he put down his load where he thought it was the best
Made a home in the wilderness...
Telegraph Road, Mark Knopfler
No one was born a programmer. In old computing days a programmer was a mere operator who plugged and unplugged cables into the machine and pushed the run button. Then came the punched cards and eventually the screen and keyboard as we know it. Since then programming at its basis didn't change so much, and is writing a software and running it on a computer.

Though software languages are far less rich with 'words', they are rich with posiblities that are not understood easily by newcomers. People with prior programming experience will find most of this guide easy-to-use, and will grasp the software ideas, very easily. Those of you that have very little or no experience at all, will have to plough their way in a one-at-a-time style, use the vast code examples, and try to use other sources, to make their way with programming learning.

Tyl is built with some of its own attitude to programming subjects, and most of the people with various experiences will find it fun and easy to learn and program with. So without further ado, dive in and have fun, and if you feel frustrated at times, just pick yourself up the hill because the pass is waiting there for you with full bright scenery.

Good Luck!