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    Thanks for the hint I think i will add that feature. I was going to have a section on how to compile, but I think I will just do what you said.
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    I updated it tell me what you think
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    try now I can see them just fine, by the way I recommend firefox to everyone.
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    Are you talking about "Sect 2.1 Your First Java Application:" page. Still I can't see any changes there.

    By the way, I'm a firefox user. :)

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    No i was talking about the one that has the command prompt its in a link in the beginning of section 2.1 write before the first picture
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    Yep, I found it. Not a bad start pal. Complete it, I mean the output can't see there.

    At the same time, I think you have misses one thing. Setting the class path, on the command prompt it self. It can be really helpful for beginners. Rather explaining how to do it on environmental variables it can be so easy to understand. Because just one line to add there.

    If you have already do it somewhere, make a link to that page.

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    What do you mean setting the classpath, I hardly use command prompt. Do you mean the directory.
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    Yeah I can I know what you mean now I'll put that up there.
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    Default Very good site.

    I find the site remarkably appealing. Recently I got used to cryptos who write in super-simple html with no scripting and conisder fontcolor=#777777 to be flambouyant ( Beginners: simple grey letters, mayby looks silver ) I can write for the page if someone will come in editorially on spelling and grammer. I routinely write about what you have already in the course of a normal week when I have the resources to devote to computer.

    I am a very busy person, I do not have time for much of the wordy time wasters I see in books. It is strange to spend sixty or so dollars on a book only to have to dig through verbosity. We have people who have to have some trainer-wheels time but I want to encourage you to go with what you have and not change the effort to bloated load times and useless novelties. They may be entertaining, one or two is cool. Just don't go the way so many have done. The heavy haulers stay with a remarkably simple style.

    If you have a paticular section that you are interested in but have not been able to get going, let me provide some code. All you have to do if you do not like is hit control-A / Backspace and go to the next thing that interests you.

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    Thanks for the advice I have time this summer so I think I'm going to devote some time to it.
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    For now its on my ISP's server that they allow users to put up web pages I'm using cs3 to make the pages.
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    Thanks for this, i'll certainly take a read of it later. Looking into getting into programmer later on.

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