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    Default Hello!

    Hello everyone!
    I will be asking questions in very basic java programing

    The reason why I want to learn programing is because It's fun! I've been using a program called game maker and as you may know it's not
    a very proffesional programing language. So I want to move on and try something new, and java seemes to be one of the best beginner language.

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    Default Re: Hello!

    Quote Originally Posted by kinkita View Post
    java seemes to be one of the best beginner language.
    It is not.

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    Default Re: Hello!

    absolutely not..
    it's a language that contradicts itself many a times.
    one should always begin programming from "C" and after clearing all the concepts and logic development, he can move to any of the languages according to his choice or current market scenario.

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    Default Re: Hello!

    Welcome kinkita!

    Java is a widely used first year programming language because many people believe it is a good first language, (check universities and even high schools). It was not my first, but I can see no problems starting with java.
    Don't take our word for it, just jump in and keep having fun.