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    Default Hey there!

    Hey!
    I've always been interested in programming, but I've avoided taking the first steps to learn due to some strange fear. I decided last month that I wanted to learn to program with java. I've been reading through online tutorials, and I've begun reading the book, "Thinking in Java" (4th edition) by Bruce Eckel. I have a lot to learn, but I'm very eager to continue learning, and see what potential I have in the future! I'm always open for advice, and I hope I can assist other new programmers as I learn.

    "There is no man living that can not do more than he thinks he can." - Henry Ford


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    Welcome Brownb92

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    This may be the wrong place to ask this, but I've been looking around the forum and I can't seem to find a "beginners" area. Is there a place where people can post their programs, and receive feedback from more experienced programmers? I don't want to post in the wrong area and harass people

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    Default Re: Hey there!

    You won't have any problems posting beginners questions in
    What's Wrong With My Code?

    Read the Announcement: Welcome! If it's your first time here, please read. at the top for some help.
    If you don't understand my answer, don't ignore it, ask a question.

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    Alright thanks, and thank you for the quick reply!

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