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    hey good day all i most say here that am new to coding generally and am longing to start and expand my coding ability in few day. all i want is the community help


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    Default Re: Am new to Code

    Welcome to the forum! Please read this topic to learn how to post code in code or highlight tags and other useful info for new members.

    You'll find a welcoming, helpful community here. Let us know if you need help getting started, setting up your development environment, etc.

    Good luck!

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    Default Re: Am new to Code

    sorry how do I set my development environment please

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    Which OS are you using? If Windows, you can start by Googling 'java development windows' or similar and from those results find a getting started guide. If Linux, substitute 'linux' for 'windows' in the above search. If you run into problems or can't find a guide you understand, let us know.

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    Thanks very much, have read throgh the "this topic" all i need to know is where do i go from here, God bless u

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    am very gratefull, i found this "Java SE Development Kit 8 - Downloads - Oracle" and some other one which one will u recommend pleas

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    So you've read the forum's guidelines. That's a great start, and I appreciate it.

    As for where you go from here, conduct the search I suggested above and get your development environment set up. When you're ready for additional help, please come back with specific details about your problem with specific questions about how to solve them. When describing the details of your problems, always post error messages, copied from exactly as they appear at your end and pasted directly into a post.

    You can continue the "getting started" topic here as needed to get going. If you get past the getting started phase and have Java programming questions, please post those in an appropriate area in the forum, probably the "What's Wrong With My Code" sub-forum.

    Good luck!

    Ah, your thread updated while I was typing . . .

    If you continue to have questions (and that's fine), please post a link to the getting started guide you're using. The choice you listed is the correct one, but be sure to get either the 32-bit or 64-bit version that is compatible with your OS.

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    Thanks Very much i want to know how to download the tutorial video

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    I have an app on my computer that can do that. You can probably find one for your OS.

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    Hello Welcome to the forums!
    If to Err is human - then programmers are most human of us all.
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