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    Hi, guys! I am CodeBro. I've learned a few languages, HTML, CSS, some Javascript, and Java. I have a website where I review games. I am also recording myself playing games to promote my website. I dream one day of using Java to program games. I hope to seek help and support from all of you as I get better at coding.

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    Welcome to the Forum! Thanks for taking the time to learn to post code correctly, and if you haven't already, please read this topic to see other useful info for newcomers.

    Good luck!

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    Hi there! Welcome to forum

    Wishes Ada xx
    If to Err is human - then programmers are most human of us all.
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