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  1. Re: hi to all , can i learn servlet & jsp without core java knowlege

    You can learn JSP and Java script together. JSP is Server side and Java script is client side language. Use both together .
    All the best
  2. Re: hi to all , can i learn servlet & jsp without core java knowlege

    For HTML and Java Script you can refer to w3schools.com and http://www.roseindia.net/
  3. Re: hi to all , can i learn servlet & jsp without core java knowlege

    I was talking about O'Reilly - Head First Servlets and JSP, 2nd Edition
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    Re: Creating an object...

    write Squares class according to your program and make sure it is visible to class in which statement Squares squares = new Squares(); is written as suggested by java_I3.
  5. Re: hi to all , can i learn servlet & jsp without core java knowlege

    To start JSP and Servlets you should be comfortable with core Java and basic HTML. Head First is a good book for beginners.
  6. Re: Problem in code of artificial neural network

    I have used the prinln statements to find how the code is working and thats How I know that code is giving output nodes value 1 every time So the problem is how can I decide the initial weights so...
  7. Thread: Hello

    by aduaitpokhriyal
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    Re: Hello

    Hi everyone
    Its couple of days left for completion of my B.Tech and yeah I'm now Oracle certified programmer for Java 6.
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    Re: Hello

    Hi everyone
    Its couple of days left for completion of my B.Tech and yeah I'm now Oracle certified programmer for Java 6.
  9. Problem in code of artificial neural network

    Hi ,
    I was designing neural network code for Unicode Optical character recognition using artificial neural network (Unicode Optical Character Recognition - CodeProject) and I am not getting it run...
  10. Thread: Hello

    by aduaitpokhriyal
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    Hello

    Hi everyone
    I'm 3rd year B.Tech Computer Engineering student.
    I have been programming in java from months and have just purchased SCJP SE6 voucher.
    Glad to be a member of this forum.
    Thanks
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