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    Default cout << "Hello";

    I know the above line is C++, but that's what I'm trained in, I've also trained myself a bit in C#, and managed to actually make a (simple) program using that. Now, back on track: I live in te Netherlands, I own an HTC Hero and because of that I figured I'd start developing for that platform. S, ..., new programming language (Java), new target platform (Android) and new environment (Eclipse). Hence I'm in a bit over my head now. But it's nothing tat shouldn't be solveable, given enough perseverance.


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    Default Re: cout << "Hello";

    Hello MagicMojo,

    Welcome to the Java Programming Forums.

    I am thinking about upgrading my phone to a HTC in the near future and will be very interested in writing Java programs for it.

    I'm sure we will be talking again soon!
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