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    Default Hello everyone!

    First of all, I'm an Italian student, so, if you see any mistakes in my future messages please make me know

    What to say, I turned 18 recently, and I'll start the 5th (and last before university) year of Information Tecnologies here in my coutry.

    About my java experience I can say that I'm certain not new...
    I've join java programming last year, learning some Android programmig, nothing relevant at first.
    Then, at the beginning of this year I start reading some books abount compilers (the Dragon book was one of them, I've stop at character six ), and with new knowledge I wrote down a project with the objective of evaluate aritmetical expression before, and algebrical then.
    It was pretty cool.

    Last week I started with a friend a new project, it's a reimplementation on the classic Tron, with 3d graphics (jogl, this is the part my friend will do most), pretty good phisics (I've just finish to write the package), and some other things, like jumping, full turning (you know, not just 90), and so on. Then there will be a port for Android

    In addiction to java I "speak" as well Python (with I've used to write an interpreter for 8086's assembly), Processing (a dialect of Java), and some simple C\C++.

    Here is all, so, if you need anything just ask, see you around the forum

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    Default Re: Hello everyone!

    welcome Javatar

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    Default Re: Hello everyone!

    Welcome to Java Programming Forums. Don't forget to read the rules.
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