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I am a java noob! Please help!


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Hey, i want to learn java web, but the online tutorials are acting like i took a class. here in the FIRST tutorial.

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Create a class for the main windows then check syntax
It doesn't give any code snippets.

Plese tell me where to start, from beginner knowing nothing, to atleast a amuture.

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A good place to start, as you know nothing, is with Sun's own Java tutorial. You can read it here.

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A good place to start, as you know nothing, is with Sun's own Java tutorial. You can read it here.

Thank you vansmith, just what I needed.
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Dear,

Through googling i have found the link below that will help you a lot as you are at initial stage. Please go through the links i hope they will guide you.

Learn Java online with Java Beginner Tutorial

Java tutorial for beginners | freejavaguide.com


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