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Thread: Give me some feedback on this

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    Default Give me some feedback on this

    My only experience with Windows Programming was back in the 90's with Visual Basic 6. But since then I've done lots of console programming with many of the major general purpose languages. I do like the Java syntax and I do like making console programs with it.

    I was briefly monkeying around with JavaFX after I installed it in Eclipse. I also monkeyed with SceneBuilder but could not get it to work.

    I watched a video on YouTube where this guy was working with SceneBuilder and the FXML file.

    I'm not going to be creating any Windows programs that are even remotely complex.

    My stuff will be rather simple. The most adventurous I can think of is to make a music test or a pscychology test where I ask like 10 questions and the user can choose from multiple choice answers. At the end of the test the program will compute the results.

    My question is would it be easier to do this right in the JavaFX window instead of monkeying with SceneBuilder?

    When I watched what that guy did in SceneBuilder it actually looked like more of a hassle.

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    I don't think I'm gonna use Java. C++ Builder or Delphi or Python or Visual Basic are better choices.

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