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    I recently purchased a book (Java for Dummies), i've also been reading guides online and watching video tutorials on Youtube. For osme reason i can't get this information in my head! Any suggestions?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scripter View Post
    I recently purchased a book (Java for Dummies), i've also been reading guides online and watching video tutorials on Youtube. For osme reason i can't get this information in my head! Any suggestions?!
    Why don't you try the Sun Java Tutorials?

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    Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scripter View Post
    I recently purchased a book (Java for Dummies), i've also been reading guides online and watching video tutorials on Youtube. For osme reason i can't get this information in my head! Any suggestions?!

    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

    also search on youtube for "cs106a stamford"
    lecture one watch from about 44 mins in.
    Karel the Robot is a great introduction to the concept of programing in Java.

    all the materials you need such as eclipse and all the handouts are here as are links to the lectures on you tube.
    Stanford School of Engineering - Stanford Engineering Everywhere
    you might also need this little study guide. for Karel the Robot
    http://lia.deis.unibo.it/Courses/Fon...learnsjava.pdf

    good luck

    Sonny

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    :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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    Quote Originally Posted by Scripter View Post
    I recently purchased a book (Java for Dummies), i've also been reading guides online and watching video tutorials on Youtube. For osme reason i can't get this information in my head! Any suggestions?!

    it depends what's learning strategy is best for you. for me, i learn/understand the fastest when i can focus about one java topic at a time and can enter the code in an editor and run it.

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