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    Hi! I'm new to this forum, as well as a newby in the Java world. I just want to know more people that works with Java. Thank you for your time.

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    Do you sell electricity?
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    mmmmm no, why's that?

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    Maybe you live on the river Jordan, Nicholas :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by dynamo92 View Post
    mmmmm no, why's that?
    Hi dynamo,

    Welcome to our community.:)

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    Welcome dynamo92, to the Forums! ;)

    I hope you will enjoy your stay and learn many new things!

    Quote Originally Posted by Nicholas Jordan
    Do you sell electricity?
    Nicholas Jordan, I can rarely understand what and why you are saying things. For me, this looks completely random. Would you care to explain your comment please. :confused:
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    A Dynamo is a common term for an electical generating device.

    Dynamo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Introduction to Programming Using Java.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tim View Post
    Nicholas Jordan, I can rarely understand what and why you are saying things. For me, this looks completely random. Would you care to explain your comment please. :confused:
    It's all about our new members' user name tim. ;)

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    Hello Nicholas Jordan
    Quote Originally Posted by Nicholas Jordan View Post
    A Dynamo is a common term for an electical generating device.

    Dynamo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    I confused dominoes with dynamos and I am sorry about that. :o Unfortunately, English is not my first language. That would be Affrikaans wich sounds like this:
    "As dinge nie verander nie, dan bly dit dieselfde." - If things don't change then they stay the same.
    Thank you Nicholas ;)
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    In general, I prefer to be called Nick in routine conversations, this leaves choice of naming to convey nuances. We still do not know what Dynamo does, but maybe he could program Dominoes.

    ( neutral tone intended )

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