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    hey,
    i have learned java. but my coding part is not so good..... Can somebody help me out, to studying java in deep.....

    if you give me any guideline i will surely follow them. Thanks in advance
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    Default Re: fresher in java

    Here is a link to an online tutorial that is simple and is designed for beginners:

    Java Tutorial

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    thank u so much

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    Moved from New to Java.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nrythm View Post
    hey,
    m a beginer in java. my coding part is not so good, i want 2 b a good java developer..... Can somebody help me out.....
    i hav learnd java, bt still my confident is too low........
    if u give me any instruction i'll surely follow them. Thanks in advance
    This is a programming forum, not SMS chat. Please spell words in full.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarrylBurke View Post
    Moved from New to Java.

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    so you have blocked my post?
    i mean should i repost my content?
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    Default Re: fresher in java

    The Forum Lobby is the right place for a thread like this.

    Why do you think your post is blocked? Why do you think you should repost it?

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    because my content is not showing to anyone

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    And what made you think that?

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    Hi,

    Some good advice is to take things easy. Everyone asks how long does it take. The secret is to see it like a hobby.
    If I learn a musical instrument, it will take time before I become an expert. The fun is in having something to do, day by day.

    I started with this book:
    Amazon.com: Learning Java (9780596008734): Patrick Niemeyer, Jonathan Knudsen: Books

    Its written in a clear style and covers allot. It gave me allot of confidence.

    And also use other strategies to coding besides books.

    #1.
    Learn to use the Java API - Java Platform SE 7

    #2.
    Use Netbeans - it has the documentation built, code correction and Integrated debugger. And thats not all - Its a joy to use and is very powerfull.

    #3.
    Ask for help on the forums - they can answer any question. (often when I'm piecing together a program, parts of it don't work, and its usually one or two small things I need for the whole thing to be right)

    #4.
    Dont throw away all those small programs and examples you write day by day. After you gain confidence you will see those small modules can be put together, or reused to make something better.

    #5.
    According to Brian Kerningham "C Programming Language (2nd Edition) by Brian W. Kerningham and Dennis Ritchie" (page 9)

    "1.1 Getting Started
    The only way to learn a new programming language is by writing programs in it."

    #6.
    Also, Try to read code (thats when you will know you've got it)


    #7.
    Finally If you are learning Java, keep it Java! Respect and support the community.

    Kind Regards
    Aubrey.
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