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Thread: Hello !!! I am Omroy

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    Cool Hello !!! I am Omroy

    Hi, my name is Omroy. I decided early this morning to google java forums and I came across several including this one. I am novice, but I am eager to learn. So it would nice if someone can tell me what this site offers.

    Also I am wondering, is it possible to post a question and my answer to it and ask someone to write it from different perspective. The reason why I ask this is because I realize there is multiple ways to write Java program and I want to increase my understanding.

    I am young adult, like to watch korean tv shows, like to read the bible, and basically your average person.

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    Default Re: Hello !!! I am Omroy

    Welcome to the forums. I moved this thread to the introductions forum, as it's not really a technical question.

    Feel free to ask any questions you have. But a general rule you're going to hear repeated is this: if it works, and you understand how it works, don't worry too much about it. In six months you're going to look at the code you wrote and wonder what you were thinking when you wrote it anyway.
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    Default Re: Hello !!! I am Omroy

    What's is your advice or anyone else on getting better in Java ?

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    Default Re: Hello !!! I am Omroy

    The best way to become a better programmer is to program. Work through the tutorials, carefully. Do every example, and play with each until you understand everything about it.

    Then try taking on your own project- a simple game, or something for school, or something that you can use with another one of your hobbies.
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