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    Ahmed Riyadh is offline Member
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    Exclamation Need a hlep please



    hello everyone , Iam a new in java and want a best course to learn java from zero

    cuz my country didnt teach us java programming and other languages .. so

    if you are please give me a best course to learn it and i dont have a background programming




    waiting you answers . .


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    Default Re: Need a hlep please

    Hi,

    I am a newbie of one day with Java.

    I think you should begin by downloading Netbeans or Eclipse. Installing the latest Java 7 update from java.com.

    Then read java for dummies who are reader friendly for non-expirienced Java users.

    Then go here for help on specific programming problems.

    Then practice on your own, the concepts of it.

    Refer to the Javadoc as a reference for what the codes are.

    Make sure your commands and code is correct. It's like a word document, it must make sense for the reader to understand.

    Most will have your statements end with parameters () and semicolons which represent ; the end of a command on a line. <-- like that

    Your code needs {} curly bracers which help open and close, inner scopes of the code by chunks. Your first command should be the universal System.out.println("Hello, World!");

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    Default Re: Need a hlep please

    Thank you very much my friend , I will start as you told me ,, thanks

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    Default Re: Need a hlep please

    Oracle have a very decent set of Java Tutorials on their site. It'd be worth working your way through those starting at Getting Started.

    If you prefer physical books then I'd recommend "Head First Java" or if you have absolutely no programming experience at all then I've heard that "Head First Programming" is pretty decent.

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    Default Re: Need a hlep please

    I will start with head first programming

    Ok then

    thank you again and I really appreciate that .

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    Default Re: Need a hlep please

    I suggest you skip the IDE and just use the command line (I did not and I am still paying for it). By using the command line compiler (javac) and the java runtime (java) and their various flags you will get a better feel for the use of the class path and other arguments and how to run a program and organize your files in different directories. It will also teach you to not rely on the auto correction/suggestion features of an IDE. You can choose and IDE later, but focus on the basics for now.

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    Default Re: Need a hlep please

    http://thejavaacademy.net/mod/page/view.php?id=33

    Is a very basic tuturial that I've been doing.

    It teaches you some basics that other tutorials do not teach.

    It introduces you to math questions that the system.out.println(); does and later it shows how you can make functions and then store them and use them again.

    I have been doing multiple Java tutorials for review and learning other new tips

    It clearly explains the {} curly brackets which, { means start recording, and } means end recording. Can't beat that when you're learning Java.

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    Default Re: Need a hlep please

    Quote Originally Posted by Matrice View Post
    http://thejavaacademy.net/mod/page/view.php?id=33
    It clearly explains the {} curly brackets which, { means start recording, and } means end recording. Can't beat that when you're learning Java.
    Record what? Record it where? Why?

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