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You know nothing about electronics and want to learn ISIS and Mikrobasic? its like climbing a ladder from the highest steps. Shouldn't you first learn about basic electronics then try to learn Mikrobasic, to write codes for your MCU, and ISIS, to simulate circuits you build , make pcbs or whatever???
Start from the beginning grap a book about basic electronics, I personally recommend this book : practical electronics for inventors by paul scherz. After understanding how electronics work search for a book about the MCU you are going to use and understand how do MCUs work. After completing these two steps you will be able to write codes for your MCU using Mikrobasic.