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    Default Hi to java guys

    Hello to everybody


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    Default Re: Hi to java guys

    Hello gargdevender,

    Welcome to the Java Programming Forums

    Where are you from? How long have you been learning Java?
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    Default Re: Hi to java guys

    Hello, this is a good forum. There is never a problem finding help when you need it.

    As a result, I figured I'd get ya before you started posting questions. It will be appreciated by everyone if the 3 basic instructions in my signature are followed when posting questions and asking for help. There are alot of people who come on the forum and their first posts are extremely difficult to read, as they have not provided enough information for us to know the problem, they are very vague with their issue or what they are trying, and they post their code without tags. As a result, they usually don't get the help they wanted as fast as they could have. Plus I'm sure the Moderators would appreciate not having to edit posts to add code tags.

    Just a few things to remember to get much faster and better help.
    NOTE TO NEW PEOPLE LOOKING FOR HELP ON FORUM:

    When asking for help, please follow these guidelines to receive better and more prompt help:
    1. Put your code in Java Tags. To do this, put [highlight=java] before your code and [/highlight] after your code.
    2. Give full details of errors and provide us with as much information about the situation as possible.
    3. Give us an example of what the output should look like when done correctly.

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    Default Re: Hi to java guys

    Hello gargdevender. Welcome to the forums!

    @Aussiemcgr: Thank you very much. You saved the hassle of having to write [highlight=java][/highlight]. (hopefully) Do you mind if I use your signature?

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