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athenaathena Member Posts: 1
hello, im new in JAVA, where do i begin? thanks!
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  • chamsterchamster Member Posts: 662
    : hello, im new in JAVA, where do i begin? thanks!

    How "new" are you?

    Have you downloaded JavaSDK? API (documentation)? Have you chosen IDE yet?



    Kind Regards
    Konrad
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  • dzokerdzoker Member Posts: 19
    : hello, im new in JAVA, where do i begin? thanks!

    Well...i'm new 2. :)
    Java is object-oriented language developed by Sun Microsystems Corp. So...how about you...typing in you browser...something like http://java.sun.com ? ;)
    If you don't find it there...you won't find it anywhere. (by the way, my english sucks). Go and look for a link, something like The Java Tutorial...there is a lots of help there. Good luck.

    /Dzoker.
  • iddqd101iddqd101 Member Posts: 14
    : : hello, im new in JAVA, where do i begin? thanks!
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    : How "new" are you?
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    : Have you downloaded JavaSDK? API (documentation)? Have you chosen IDE yet?
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    :
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    : Kind Regards
    : Konrad
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    : (+46/0) 708-70 73 92
    : chamster@home.se
    : http://konrads.webbsida.com
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    :



    hi there konrad!
    im a java newbie too, well I was wondering what did you mean by choosing ide? is there a suitable ide you can suggest? I was just using the sdk and notepad. I was thinking if I'm better off with an IDE? whaddya think? thanks in advance dud!

  • chamsterchamster Member Posts: 662
    : im a java newbie too, well I was wondering what did you mean by choosing ide? is there a suitable ide you can suggest?

    If you're newbie i'd recommend something like JCreator. As you type the code, the program will show you the list of member methods which is a VERY good way to learn them.



    Kind Regards
    Konrad
    ----------------------------
    (+46/0) 708-70 73 92
    chamster@home.se
    http://konrads.webbsida.com

  • Florida_PistolFlorida_Pistol Member Posts: 3


    :
    Konrad,
    Have you had a chance to look for the code to java applet for a polynomial function?
  • iddqd101iddqd101 Member Posts: 14
    : If you're newbie i'd recommend something like JCreator. As you type the code, the program will show you the list of member methods which is a VERY good way to learn them.


    hmm... just like vb ide? interesting. But in your opinion, how does it compare to jbuilder? Coding java in notepad is sometimes very time consuming, like you have to compile it before you can find your errors, especially that java is case sensitive. I would really like to find good newbie ide. Thanx!!


  • chamsterchamster Member Posts: 662
    Regretably, no.

    I've two tough task to solve to the end of this month. I don't think i'll be able to help you with this one. Sorry.



    Kind Regards
    Konrad
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    (+46/0) 708-70 73 92
    chamster@home.se
    http://konrads.webbsida.com

  • chamsterchamster Member Posts: 662
    : ...just like vb ide?

    Kind of. It's not as extreme as VisualStudio but it will do.

    : how does it compare to jbuilder?

    I find JBuilder slow (it's written in Java and it shows/feels). Also, as a newbie you might be better of if you limit the automatic code generation till absolute minimum, just to get to know the language. Later on, it's probably a very good choice for many.

    The best thing for you is what YOU think is best. Test, try out and decide. You have JavaONE and Eclipse as well. Those two and JBuilder have the option of visually creating GUI's while JCreator is more like a "Java-oriented/very-powerfull/fast-and-easy-to-use"-Notepad.



    Kind Regards
    Konrad
    ----------------------------
    (+46/0) 708-70 73 92
    chamster@home.se
    http://konrads.webbsida.com

  • iddqd101iddqd101 Member Posts: 14
    Well, I'm kinda thinking the same thing. I am a newbie and the best thing for me to learn java is to handcode most programs. Maybe if I get to the advance stuffs thats time Ill be using the ide.
    (but maybe ill try out JCreator :) ) Thanks a lot dud.

  • KayDeeKayDee Member Posts: 111
    Me, I'm using J2SDK 1.4.0 with the Jext editor. After less than a week of using it (and learning Java lol) I like it.


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