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    Default Newbie all round

    Hi Im Camille,

    I am actually new to programming in any language at all so could do with some help here because i am building a website and I keep coming up against problems all the time that are difficult to fix.

    Hopefully the lovely people of the interweb will be able to help me out from time to time and point me the right direction so HI!


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    Default Re: Newbie all round

    Welcome to the forum
    i am building a website
    With Java? I think Java's great, but it wouldn't be my first choice for "building a website" if I was "new to programming in any language". Are you sure you're not thinking of Javascript? Javascript is totally unrelated to Java. Except for the name, obviously.

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