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    Unhappy A new student study Java

    Hello all
    I am a student study Java from (D.S.Malik)




    chapter 2 and 3 and 4 and 5 and 7 and 9 only for this Semester

    and I am in the first level :D
    So far, we have studied only : Print strings ,switch ,loop

    I'm having many problems When I try to solve my homeworks (sheets)
    And told me that the only solution I try new programs ... I want to give me new programs Suited to my level :rolleyes:

    and plz i want a tips to know How to turn professional Java :(

    Finally, I apologize for my Language ><

    :):)

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    For beginners, I would strongly recommend the book "Absolute Java" from Savitch . It contains adequate examples to start writing your own programs.

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    Welcome to forum. :)

    You must keen on the basis in Java first of all, before dig into it. What I believe is that be clever in basis is bit of a challenge, in right way. And my suggestion for you is that the SUNs' official tutorial. All what you need is there. Later on you can move to very advanced materials and so on.

    If you can search on our forum, you'll find lots of related stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michailangelo View Post
    For beginners, I would strongly recommend the book "Absolute Java" from Savitch . It contains adequate examples to start writing your own programs.
    Thank you from the depths of my heart :oI will buy the book and start solving programs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eranga View Post
    Welcome to forum. :)

    You must keen on the basis in Java first of all, before dig into it. What I believe is that be clever in basis is bit of a challenge, in right way. And my suggestion for you is that the SUNs' official tutorial. All what you need is there. Later on you can move to very advanced materials and so on.

    If you can search on our forum, you'll find lots of related stuff.
    Your words are true foundation in Java is very important for professional Java
    and thx for your help :rolleyes:

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSs.Java View Post
    Your words are true foundation in Java is very important for professional Java
    and thx for your help :rolleyes:
    You are welcome.

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    I forget to mentioned that SAMs publications are also very useful. With examples basis explain in smart way. Have a look around at a bookshop and see how far it's ideal to you.

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    if you are planning to use Eclipse to write Java
    i recommend this online tutorial,

    it guides you through coding a practical example using the features of eclipse, and presumes you have no knowledge of Java or Eclipse.
    Eclipse and Java for Total Beginners
    :D

    Kind regards
    Sonny.
    :p I still have my "L" plates on...... directions and explanations are far more help than blaring your Horn! :p Watching:CS106a on YouTube \Reading The Art & Science of Java by Eric S Roberts

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    Default Re: A new student study Java

    Why can't you try Merit Campus (Your Online Java School) actually it is an online Java learning school. You can register free and practise with 600+ programs. You can also compete with others. It is a play programming environment. Give it a try. For me it worked i hope it works for you to.

    Regards,
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    @PremSai: don't wake up old zombie threads. I'm closing it.

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