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    Smile Hi

    Hi I'm Royston. Just started learning Java from all the tutorials online.
    I do have knowledge of C and C++.

    Honetly Java is Quite interesting.
    Trying to swing with Swing.Eating NetBeans for Breakfast.
    Though sometime its very Frustrating(Particularly the Layout code for the components,have spent 2 weeks trying to figure that out).

    All in All i hope to learn a lot from this forum and also give it my best if i can.

    Nice to meet you Guys!!!
    Let the Java Begin!

    If you have any particularly,interesting threads on swing you've read on this forum.Please let me know.
    Last edited by goodwillwins; 08-08-2008 at 06:52 PM.

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    Interesting introduction post! :)

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    Hi,

    Nice to see that a people like you hang on with our community. :) NetBeans is the best. ;)

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    Welcome!!

    Key to Swing learning is to get the code generated from NetBeans and to study that generated code. It is often required that we write Swing code manually and to do that generated code can be a starting point to learn.

    There are ways to use generated code and add new code to that code keeping the automatic code safe, NetBeans has good tutorials for learning Swing.

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