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    Smile I need some one to give me a hand

    Hi everyone.
    I'm new to Java and i want to be good at programming using java as i'm in C and C++.
    I studied them 2years ago and from then i made a lot of projects using them till i'm now good at them. ;)
    I believe the best way to get good command of programming language is making projects . :confused:

    I hope that someone more advance in Java tell us what are the best projects for a "New To Java" to try to improve our programming , i think these projects must be graduated in their level to improve his performance without being that simple or that difficult.

    Thanks in advance to any one who participates in this post. :)

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    redo the same project you did for c++ but in java.

    btw, not too sure about this, but I think you would get banned for double posting 10 time across multiple subforums. So don't do that.
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    agree. Please do not cross-post. I am deleting most of the cross-posts now.

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    i'm not sure wether the c projects are good enough to be redone using JAVA.
    Java is a strong language needs stronger projects.
    i've already made a logic simulator using Java what do you suggest after that!

    Thanks for your reply
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    In my opinion it would very interesting to see how you handle problems differently in Java, then you did in c. This is ofcourse if you keep to the oo paradigm

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    And also coding/programming is not the difficult part. Identify the problem and solve it in the best way is the most difficult part. Since you've experience in C/C++, learning Java is so easy. In my experience I know that, because I'm from C/C++ to Java and still dealing with both.

    As Norberhuis says, if you can handle the same problem found in C/C++ in different way using Java, you can learn a lot.

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    Hi,

    It may help if you get some advanced Java programming books and practise the case studies they present. This can take you from a beginner to an advanced user within a short time as you will be faced with really challenging tasks. There are many Java books of such in the market. Try the amazon online store for a start.

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    i want to know information about predefined methods

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    Quote Originally Posted by vinoth14dec View Post
    i want to know information about predefined methods
    You're not making much sense. If you have a question then start your own thread for it and give more details of what you are looking for.

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    Hi again,

    It seems to me that your problem is generic and all about Java, because you have not yet presented a particular task that requires a solution from other forum members. That said, it is good that you want to learn all about Java.

    In other to learn it effectively and comprehensively, I strongly recommend this book to you. 'Introduction to Java Programming by Y. Daniel Liang, 2009, (1327 pages) 7th edition, Pearson International Edition', ISBN 10: 0-13-605966-X. The book has a companion website (Pearson - Liang) where you can view tutorial videos. There are other Java and C++ books on that website, and if the price for this one is too much for you, you can choose something more affordable.

    It has problem-driven practical examples, predefined methods in chapter five, very challenging java programming exercises throughout the book, case studies, learning about Object Oriented Programming (OOP) etc.

    I hope this helps.

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