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    Red face Yo :D Newbie here =)

    Why hello people !

    My name is Fred, and I'm 19 years old (in July actually..) and I am here mostly cause of getting help figuring out some java related errors and to learn how to add fixes to codes and how to "search-and-destroy" java errors within massive ammount of code.

    I will be using the help and tips that I get, to improve my Java knowledge and to improve my game servers code.

    Thanks in advance if you're the one that helps me out


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    Default Re: Yo :D Newbie here =)

    Welcome to the forums. The best way to get rid of Java errors amongst large amounts of code is to do your programming in small steps and compile often.

    What game servers are you running?
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    Default Re: Yo :D Newbie here =)

    It's for game emulation of the game MapleStory (yea.. rubbish game). But there's a lot to learn about codes when you go through a huge project like that.. Extractions, methods, variables, connections and all sort of fun stuff ! My first step to learning Java would be to just figure out issues and apply fixes.

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    Very cool. I don't know anything about server stuff, so it would be cool to see your progress as you work on your project. Maybe you can teach us a few things.
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    Hello and welcome to the forums
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