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Thread: NEEEDDD HEELLLPPPPPP!!!

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    Question NEEEDDD HEELLLPPPPPP!!!

    I've a friend who's new to java. is there anyone out there who can guide me where i can get him to start from scratch? it might take him a lot of time to get where he sees himself as lol, but he wants to start as of whenever he gets a clarification on the issues he's facing regarding java right now. the basics of coding have only been lightly touched. they need a lot of brushing up too.. um.. my question.. do you guys think a person aged 23 should start doing it? like, could it be any beneficial for that person to get into it knowing he has no past experiences in this field or anything as such and whether or not would there be any chances for him to prosper? Much awaiting anyone's reply .. Thank you for taking the time out to read !

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    Default Re: NEEEDDD HEELLLPPPPPP!!!

    Yikes, that title.

    Anybody can learn how to program. IMHO, everybody should take the time to learn to program, at least the basics.

    How your friend learns is really up to his interests. If he's looking to dive into Java, the basic tutorials (google "java tutorials") are the best place to start.

    You might also point him towards Processing. It's a simpler, Java-based language geared towards visualization.

    Or maybe Java isn't the way to go, if all you're looking to do is create websites or something. In that case, check out w3schools.

    This has nothing to do with code, so I'm going to move this out of the coding forum.
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