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    hi i am Jonathan Schoeman i want to learn java, i joined this forum to get useful information about java. i also need to know i must start from where, i also need to know the difference betweem j2me and j2ee and jdk what are these things, i made initial print name programs on jdk, but i do not understand j2me and j2ee what are these things.?

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    Default Re: Jonathan Schoeman

    For Java terms, try Wikipedia.
    Java Development Kit - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Will explain all three.

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    Default Re: Jonathan Schoeman

    thank you very much to provide useful information.

    regards,

    jonathan schoeman

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