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    I M JACOB A COMPUTER SCIENCE STUDENT
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    Welcome to the Forum! Please read this topic to learn how to post code correctly and other useful tips for newcomers.

    Please don't type in ALL CAPS. The Caps Lock key is above the left shift key. Press it, and the "A" light above your number keypad should go out. Then you'll be able to type in both upper- and lowercase letters.

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    thanks.
    i want to be a java programmer, how wil i start and which of d tools will i need?

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    Download the Java SE Development Kit (JDK) from Oracle. Here's a link to the downloads for Java 7, move to Java 8 if you'd like.

    Beyond that, look for Java programming tutorials, getting started, etc. If you have specific questions, please ask, but without knowing what you don't know, don't already have, which OS you're using, etc., it's hard to give specific advice.

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    Hello, and welcome!

    Wishes Ada xx
    If to Err is human - then programmers are most human of us all.
    "The Analytical Engine offers a new, a vast, and a powerful language . . .
    for the purposes of mankind
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    Augusta Ada Byron, Lady Lovelace (1851)

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    Default Re: HELLO JAVA WORLD

    Quote Originally Posted by GregBrannon View Post
    Download the Java SE Development Kit (JDK) from Oracle. Here's a link to the downloads for Java 7, move to Java 8 if you'd like.

    Beyond that, look for Java programming tutorials, getting started, etc. If you have specific questions, please ask, but without knowing what you don't know, don't already have, which OS you're using, etc., it's hard to give specific advice.

    am using window 7
    with a 4gig ram, dual processor and
    hard disk 500gig

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    Assuming you went to the link I provided and downloaded the correct JDK install package and installed it, how's that going? There are also getting started guides specific to Windows users. Search for and complete one of those, correctly setting the CLASSPATH environment variable and updating your path as required, which seems to cause Windows users a lot of trouble.

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    Hi Jacob I'm Heidi and I am also new. Great day to everyone here.
    Last edited by heidisykesq; May 26th, 2014 at 11:52 AM.

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    Just to add a little to what Greg said earlier, Java 8 has been released (I think Netbeans supports it) as does Eclipse,
    but 6/7 is good too. A good book to use (and this is totally personal preference) is "Java How to Program" by
    Deitel. It starts from the very beginning and walks you through the basics then onto more advanced features
    such as Lists and Vectors. Each chapter has lots of exercises too - so you can test what you learnt in actual
    examples you write without any help. You can freely download via PDF a version of it, I believe version 9 is
    their latest one.

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