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    Default new to java need help

    I am new to java..i dont know ABCD of java..starting now..
    can any body help me how I can become a good coder...how can I start..and become good coder....please help me...Thanks

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    Welcome to the forum. Get a good book from local books shop and start right now.
    dont worry newbie, we got you covered.

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    If you can't afford a book, see Sun's tutorial. If you can afford a book, I always recommend Head First Java by Kathy Sierra and Bert Bates, but of course there's many out there to choose from.

    Practice, practice, practice. We're here to help with your Java problems, but we refrain from giving homework answers - in other words, when posting your issues please make a valid attempt at your problem before asking for assistance. We can only help you if you first help yourself. When posting your code for us to view, it helps to see your code in the correct format - thus please use code tags when posting your code.

    Make great use of this site's search feature, as well as the Internet search engines. There's a splendid couple of forums in this site, namely the Java Tips and Java Tutorials, these two sections contain a wealth of information for both the beginner and pro alike.

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