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    Default I am new!

    right im really sorry if theres a million of these posts already
    but i would appreciate it if people can guide me where to begin.
    what programs to use,
    where to learn,
    etc etc

    many blessings!

    completly new, frostydude1

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    What is your objective?

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    i would like to learn the basics, maybe even write a simple bit of code which is runnable to get me interested in this lanugage,
    i understand once you have a .java file you must first compile it for it to become .class to be runnable,
    however i dont know much about parameters, main, class and all the technical terms which i should understand first before understanding the code itself,

    thanks

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    Well check this link out. If you want to see if you're interested in Java, this is probably your best bet.

    The Really Big Index
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    thanks this is really useful
    i understand there is a lot to comprehend but everyone starts somewhere!
    will start going through this
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    If you discover you enjoy Java, you might want to take a look at buying some books. While the tutorials are more than sufficient to learn Java, books written specifically to break it down even further are out there. They range from breaking it down to simpler aspects so you can understand them better, to more advanced studies that will expand your knowledge ten fold.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nirali.javadev View Post
    I Invite you to join [link removed].
    That is just a job site; don't post this link anymore please.

    kind regards,

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    Jos, I'd earlier asked it to refrain from posting ads in the technical forums, but it seems determined to continue spamming. So I've taken the liberty of applying the rotating blades.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarrylBurke View Post
    Jos, I'd earlier asked it to refrain from posting ads in the technical forums, but it seems determined to continue spamming. So I've taken the liberty of applying the rotating blades.
    Ah, that explains the sound I heard: zwzwzwzwzzzzz, chop, chop, chopchopchop, *crack*, chopchopchop; clean them when you're done please.

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