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    Default HELLO

    Hi folks. My name is James, and I am in my 3rd semester of programming. Right now I'm learning about data structures, and having a tough time with them.

    Java is my first and only programming language right now.

    Glad to be here. I will probably ask lots of questions and try to answer a few if I can.

    See you around!

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    Hello James,

    Welcome to the Java Programming Forums. I hope you will enjoy your stay and bless us with your knowledge

    // Json

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    Hey James,

    Welcome to the forums
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