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    Good Evening Everyone,

    I have been wanting to learn Java for awhile now. But I have no idea where to start to learn Java personally. So I am here to ask the ultimate of ultimate questions. Where is the best place to learn how to script for Java? I am currently running Netbeans 8.0 with JDK 7.10. I am running on the OS of Linux Mint 17 KDE. Is there a good place to go to get simple projects in to get my mind wrapped around the correct coding for Java so that I can learn to start putting my own Java projects together?
    Newb for Hire.


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    Default Re: New to Java

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    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.

    Buy a book or search for tutorials or free books on the 'net that are appropriate for the projects you want to learn to do.