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    Default how begin with writing a new program ?

    Hi again, it took a while to return here, I start again reading about java, and i would like to have your opinion about how you start to write a new program?
    I was thinking to start with "pieces" make the gui, the behavior, the threads, command buttons, and many more.. and all separately from each other "piece", but i need them all to be classes and not all to be main(s) and to have only one main that runs all others. So do you have any suggestion for me?

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    My suggestion is read a well explained book of Java. Explaining all of them here is much difficult. And also OOP concepts, you should never implement all the functionality in main, or in a one class.

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    so i must start part to part from the beginning, Write new class - finish the class, test the class, modify the class, start new class, right ? ;) thnx a lot

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    Yes, you have to work on step-by-step. From simple class declaration to do some process. Have to learn a lot there.

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    Also about the book, i have read the Java Programming for Dummies 4th Edition (you will be laugh), and now I start Thinking in Java 2Edition that is more rich for knowledge. Wish me luck ;)

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    From that, best one is the second for you. But I recommend on my personal choice, Teach Yourself in 21 Days. All the basis covered there.

    Best of luck. :)

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    You can also read The Java Tutorials.
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    thanks a lot Eranga, for this book, I am now at day 4 :)) I understand now, how works. When I will finish this book i would like to have your opinion to the next book.

    Sukatoa also thanks to you, but i couldnt stay too many hours to read tutorials on pc, i prefer reading on book, maybe the characters make my eyes tiring

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    hi

    i am indumathi. i have been working as software engineer for 2 yrs in speartech technology.i have finished M.C.A.

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    Sukatoa also thanks to you, but i couldnt stay too many hours to read tutorials on pc, i prefer reading on book, maybe the characters make my eyes tiring
    You can download it here and print if you want.... ( the basic parts )....


    hi

    i am indumathi. i have been working as software engineer for 2 yrs in speartech technology.i have finished M.C.A.
    Welcome to Java-forums indula,
    Nice to know you here..... :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by dimitrist View Post
    thanks a lot Eranga, for this book, I am now at day 4 :)) I understand now, how works. When I will finish this book i would like to have your opinion to the next book.
    Sure, better move with another. But don't stick on them too. Start to work on your own applications. Just start to work on anything comes to your mind. Start from the beginning like adding two numbers through a GUI, where user can set numbers and by a single click find the summation of them. I'm sure you think that it's too simple to do, but even on such an application you can learn a lot. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by indula View Post
    hi

    i am indumathi. i have been working as software engineer for 2 yrs in speartech technology.i have finished M.C.A.
    Hi Indumathi,

    Welcome to our community. :)

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