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    Smile Hidy Doo

    Glad to find a Java community!! I'm a novice (with a good deal of perl experience - and a retired main frame systems programmer) and every time I come up with a Java question, I find that in searching the web for possible answers, too often it turns out to be a wild goose chase. I'm looking forward to learning more through direct question and answers to real questions...

    I found this community near the top of my Google search... so Hello World!


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    Welcome to the forum. I'm also a retired main frame systems programmer (IBM VM).
    If you don't understand my answer, don't ignore it, ask a question.

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    Welcome dugglesmack

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    Welcome to Java Programming Forums.
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