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    Default new To java

    Hi i am a computer science student never got my hands into programming.I am taking my first step in here to see my self asa agud programmer in near future.Kindly help in how to start programming in java.....thank you :)

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    Yes will help you to start with... Any doubts please post

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    Hi i'm muhammad and i like you new to java please send to me
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    my e-mail is muhammad_jamalcs_yahoo.com

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    To Learn any language first we need to do is have the necessary things on our PC. So first install latest java sdk. Note that its not just JVM you need to install. Go for SDK then start with a HelloWorld program. Make it run.. If you come across any error post it here.

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    Yes you are, have to start from the beginning. Install latest version of Java as well as IDE. Select a better one for you. There are lots of IDEs available for Java now.

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    Dear All,

    I am Nitin Jain here, want to make my carrier in java.
    Today I am joining Java Forums, for my future perspective.

    Best Regards,
    Nitin

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    Folks. This is a serous attempt at not trying to offend you.

    Nearly all of you showcased your lack of knowledge in English. This is fine. However, when communicating in an English dominant community, it would behoove you to learn to master the spoken language as best as possible. There's no rush in doing this, unless you're seeking answers. In that case there are many sites in existence to assist you. Some of you I couldn't even understand. Communication is a great barrier when it comes to problem resolution.

    One place you will not find me is in a Russian/Chinese/Japanese... etc.. Forums. Why? Because I don't have command of their language. But I know, without question that if I had a problem that needed solving in their languages, I would need to be as proficient as possible, right?

    Just something to consider, and please do not take offense. Just keep this communication barrier in mind in the future. Best of luck to you all and see you around. :)
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    Hellos to youcapTain Morgan

    I am in completely agreeings with you in the subject you have writings in. Much thanks yous for your writings and I am too learned the language in English.

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