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    Hi guys i am completely new to java i know c++ a little. Now i want to learn java from the very beginning. So can any of u friends out there help me out with some nice sites or materials or is there any tutorials i found many while searching but i don't want to start brutally and gradually loose hope i want any nice way to learn java easily, rapidly and mainly interactive. And i find our forums very useful i will be regularly hanging around here from now on!!! So guys please help me out here


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    Hey java,

    The only link you will ever need is this one!

    The Java™ Tutorials

    The Sun Java tutorials are exactly where I started and cover everything you need to know.

    Feel free to post questions here any time. I will do my best to help you on your quest to learn Java!
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    Hai JavaPF, thanks for answering i just went there and saw the tutorials they are really nice. I m not using any IDE i m just using notepad is it ok for a beginner are do you prefer to start with any IDE.

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    Hi Java,

    better use eclipse.

    Eclipse - Java Programming Forums
    you can look at that.

    i am using eclipse and at the same time netbeans.

    It is all free to download.

    cheers,
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    It is hard to use in notepad. your a geek if youre using it.
    Just try some ides.

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    Hello java.

    Using notepad is fine when you first start out although an IDE makes life much easier.

    "Hello World!" for Microsoft Windows (The Java™ Tutorials > Getting Started > The "Hello World!" Application)

    I use the Eclipse IDE. Take a look at this beginners tutorial:

    http://www.javaprogrammingforums.com...plication.html
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    Hi.

    Not long ago I started at the same point as you I joined these forums and began to learn Java. I was based on C++ myself. But I am awae that when I start uni I'll be using Java so i though I'd get a head start with it. Anyway, the links provided are more than enough to get you started.

    Now for my two cents on IDEs. IDE's are designed to make your life easier and to helpyou work more efficiently. However, they can take away some of your understanding as they can do things for you. Using notepad when you first start out is good because you then learn to compile using the commandline, which means you understand how to work with it and so more complex builds later on in life will be easier as you know how to play around with the options, also you do not have the auto complete option in notepad which means you need to know the language and not just get by with looking through the IDEs list of methods. However having said that IDEs such as Eclipse that use the auto complete and have the methods listed are very good for beginners in my opinion. Since i basically self taught myself Java using this method.

    So in conclusion, f yo want to get a true understanding of Java use notepad for a while, if you want to be able to learn faster and not be messing around with silly stuff use an IDE and if you wan t the best of both worlds then work with both of them

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    thanks, guys really the forum is great. I got an idea now about java i have created a few Java programs just using notepad. Now i think i will stick to notepad for just few days then i am going to switch to an IDE but here comes a challenging part i don't know to choose between IDE i now heard about three IDE netbeans, eclipse and then BlueJ. So some say that eclipse is the best and others stick to netbeans but i read a Java book in which they said that BlueJ is good for beginners. So here i go again with another confusion. So can you guys tell a nice IDE thats good for a complete beginner.

    To tell something about me i compiled my first ever Java program a two days ago "hello world" i followed the Java tutorials even then i got error. It is a error, that i named the notepad file as "hello" and the class name was something like "HelloWorld" so when i compiled my java program javac hello.java everything went well then wen i tried java hello bang i got errors... See how noob i am so suggest me an IDE now guys.. In these two days i have learned and compiled about 15 programs. Java is cool and i am loving it.

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    Avoid BlueJ. BlueJ doesn't use normal entry methods and so can get cnfusing if you don't know what you are doing. NetBeans is slow and clutered and makes the simple things harder to get to and complete. So I would recommend Eclipse. Lets just say I was a NetBeans user, then JavaPF Recommended eclipse so I tried it and I havent gone back since.

    Hope that helps.

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    That helped me chris i will now start with eclipse and continue my journey in Java

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    Excellent

    Glad I could help.

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    Hi guys, i am back and i am glad after joining our forum i have really started learning java. But i am in a very slow phase but i am learning each details of it clearly. Now i am here with two queries with no pleasing answers yet.

    >Query 1: i used to program in c, then i had clrscr() to clear the console screen so what about that in java. so people say that to print many blank lines that the screen will appear virtually cleared. But is there any other way to clear the console screen in java i am not using any IDE. I have blueJ installed and eclipse setup but i have not started using them yet. I am still with the classical notepad and command line method in windows. So can anyone help me with this one.

    >Query 2: What is the difference in using the modifier "static" and "static final" while creating a field in a class.

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    Default Re: Need some nice sites to learn Java

    1. I don't know if this is possible in Java but looking around somewhat I can see that someone did what you said.

    void public clear () 
    {
        int i = 0;
     
        for(i=0;i<300;i++)
        {
            System.out.println("\n");
        }
    }


    2. This is an easy one. Static and final are two different things. Static means that the member exists only as one instance and there is no need to instantiate the class of which it is a member to reach the static.

        public class MyStaticMemberClass {
     
            public static final String MY_CONSTANT = "some string constant";
     
        }

    To use the value of the MY_CONSTANT member you simply do.

        System.out.println(MyStaticMemberClass.MY_CONSTANT);

    The final keyword tells Java that the variable reference will not be modified, so saying that something is static final means that there is only one instance of the member and final says that we cannot reassign it.

    If we take this static final declaration.

        public static final String MY_CONSTANT = "some text here";

    We cannot reassign it by calling this code because of the final modifier.

        MY_CONSTANT = "some new text";


    I hope that sheds some light on the whole thing, have a look at this for some more information.

    InformIT: Static, Final, and Enumerated Types in Java > What Field Modifier final Means

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    Default Re: Need some nice sites to learn Java

    You can learn from this Ultimate List of Programming Sites

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    Default Re: Need some nice sites to learn Java

    https://www.tutorialspoint.com/java/

    it's also the best place to learn Java for Beginners..

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    Javatpoint - A Solution of all Technology
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    Default Re: Need some nice sites to learn Java

    You can easily learn Java from Code Fights

    As the website uses gaming methodologies for coding problems, it will be fun learning from here. You can even practice coding for your interviews by solving the real interview problems.

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    Hi,
    Here is the site that most suitable for you which gives Classroom and Online Java Training

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    > Hey, I have found these some very useful websites...

    Hi Noah, and (belated) welcome!

    I notice that one of the links, and your sig, is to intelitek's CoderZ. People should note that, unlike the others, this one costs.

    It would be interesting to hear your views about this approach to learning computing, the particular demographic (younger than most here, I suspect), and the actual and potential relationship of computing to other high/middle school subjects. No forum here seems relevant! So this one would have to do, or the Cafe. In any event a separate thread would be the place, I think.

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    Default Re: Need some nice sites to learn Java

    codecademy, udemy are some good sites to learn Java. But I prefer W3schools most. And I forget to mention Youtube. Actually there are some useful tutorials in youtube.

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    Learning a programming language is not a big task, only guidance is needed to become an expert on the particular language. Java is a high level, robust, secured and object-oriented programming language. You can find youtube videos as well as free content over the internet but you will not get a guidance. To apply your theoretical knowledge in practical you will need a guide or trainer who can trained you. You can find java online training over the internet.

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    JAVA Training Institute in Chennai&Bangalore being offered by Besant technologies will ensure 100% placement and wide industry exposure. The Java certification being awarded is very useful for the students obtaining it to secure top positions in huge companies. java training in chennai

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    Default Re: Need some nice sites to learn Java

    Here is list of top websites for learning java:-

    1. stackoverflow

    2.Dzone

    3. Leetcode

    4. coursera

    5. javaworld

    you can find many more similar to this.

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    Depending on what it is you want to make or do, your choice might already be made up for you. To build a website or webapp, for example, you should learn HTML and CSS, along with JavaScript and perhaps PHP for interactivity. If your focus is mostly/only on building a mobile app, then you can dive right into learning Objective-C for iOS apps or how to program with Java for Android (and other things).

    Next you might wonder what language you should learn. Java makes so much money why not that? Javascript seems hot, maybe that. But then which framework should I learn? React is so popular, Angular is backed by Google, but Vue is rising. Then you have to learn how to manage the states of your project, is Redux the answer or is Flux? My time is valuable, I better choose right.

    During my time learning programming on my own, I spent countless hours looking up tutorials and videos trying to learn whatever seemed popular and in fashion in the development world at the time. At my job I worked in Python with the Django framework, then my company switched to PHP a few months ago. On my own time I was learning basic Javascript along with Node.js and React, then switched to Vue. I spent hours working but wasn’t learning. I could make a WordPress site go or a To-Do app in whatever language I was working on, but I didn’t know how to program. I didn’t even know how to learn programming.

    Writing code is a skill that needs to be developed like any other craft. Start simple, and do it. Watching other people writing code isn’t enough. Adjusting other peoples’ code isn’t enough. You have to write your own code, that solves your own logistical problems. They can be made up problems, but the practice of problem solving is the fundamental basis of coding.

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