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Thread: Java?

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    Hello everyone, I'm new to Java, and honestly I've never heard of it before. I dont know anything about it, but I was told that it's a good coding language for making programms and eventually games. I was also told that it is easy enough to learn, as long as you have someone to tutor you in it. Anyway, I think that's all I need to put here, but before I go I would just like to ask if anyone here can tutor me in Java, please let me know.

    Sincerely, Javantium.


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    Hi and welcome to Java language! Java programming is fun and interesting, to my experience. There are dozens of Java tutorial on the web that you can find them easily. If you want to pay for a tutor, I would help you of course

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    I can't imagine you will find a tutor unless you are willing to pay.

    It's much cheaper to teach yourself!

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    Hello, Welcome to JPF. I agree with JavaPF, its almost free to teach your self and will do the job if you are willing to work just a tidbit harder. I'd suggest you get a good book, I am using Sams java in 24 hours, a fatter book would help I think but its good too.