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    Default hi

    i'm a beignner in java.
    i failed in today's interview...
    plz give me some idea to start up.... please..

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    Default Re: hi

    do you know any other programming language?

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    Default Re: hi

    i went to C, C++, java class and i got certificates... but i'm not good in them... i know basics

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    Default Re: hi

    try doing the programs which you did in other languages using Java. Get surrounded by problems and then get them cleared on this forum and on the internet.

    Happy Learning

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    Default Re: hi

    okay... i wil

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    plz explain abstract class, interface

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    Default Re: hi

    haha.....Well in this only 2 things can help you- 1.Internet and 2. Java book.......

    you must start yourself. Learn online and then if you get stuck somewhere while programming then come back to this forum.

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    Default Re: hi

    ok

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    public class CallingMethodsInSameClass
    {
    public static void main(String[] args) {
    printOne();
    printOne();
    printTwo();
    }

    public static void printOne() {
    System.out.println("Hello World");
    }

    public static void printTwo() {
    printOne();
    printOne();
    }
    }

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    Default Re: hi

    plz explain abstract class, interface
    In case you're not aware, the Java Tutorials are an excellent place to start, especially when answering questions in a very specific area.

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    Default Re: hi

    public static void printOne()
    y here "public static void" is used?
    can v use another thing?

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    Default Re: hi

    Does the method printOne() have to be static? That may depend on how it's used, but IN GENERAL, no. It does not have to be static.

    If I haven't understood your question, please try to be more clear. For example, I'm not sure what 'y' and 'v' represent in your post.

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    Default Re: hi

    public static void printOne()
    why here "public static void" is used?
    can we use another thing?

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    Default Re: hi

    As I said, it depends. You haven't provided enough info to give a definite answer.

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    Default Re: hi

    ok...thanks...