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Thread: New to Java

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    Default New to Java

    Hello all Expert's
    i am new to this forum and also java is new for me . I want to install java on my pc which version Should i download and from where ? I need gui base version (like vb/vfp ) .
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    Last edited by anandjava; May 14th, 2012 at 01:54 AM.


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    Default Re: New to Java

    Please don't post questions in the member introductions forum. Please read this: This Forum is for Saying Hi, not for Asking Technical Questions (READ BEFORE POSTING)
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    Default Re: New to Java

    I've moved this to a more appropriate forum.

    You want a JDK, which is available on the first result for googling java. Whether you use 6 or 7 is up to you. The SE download at the top of that page should cut it, unless you need to do web stuff, in which case use the EE version.
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