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Thread: TextIO

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    Junior Member DamienBrennan's Avatar
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    Cool TextIO

    Hi everyone, Damo here, new to Java and new to Forums. Have been searching around the forums and chose this one so hopefully I'll get some advice here.

    I am currently using any online sources I can find to learn Java one of which is Javanotes 6.0 -- Title Page

    The main reason Im here is that in this tutorial when I got to System.out & System.in this programmer invented his own Class TextIO which he uses in the tutorial. This not being a Java class Im unsure if I should spend time learning it & all its output methods etc especially as it seems I need to use the original source code which was last modified in 2007 from what I can see.

    Any advice on this would be appreciated as well as any on sound recommendations for good online Java courses?

    Thanks in advance guys
    oops n gals of course


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    Default Re: TextIO

    this guy has a set of beginner and intermediate tutorials that he explains well and you can have 0 knowledge before you start


    if you look at his channel he teaches a ton of other stuff too (c#, c++, biology, graphics, chemistry etc)