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Thread: Hello

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    Default Hello

    Hello everyone. Ancharius here, i'm just a student majoring in information technology for college. I'm pretty relatively new to Java programming, for the most part I just know it's a universal code that everyone knows. And I know that it is one of the easiest to understand for when you use use netbeans, most of the time it tells you exactly what to write. I've messed around with some other coding languages such as Python, and C++, and HTML but to me Java is the most difficult.

    I don't know what it is about it that makes it difficult probably because I mix up Java and Python a lot since they are similar but hopefully that changes soon.
    Anyway I will probably come here for most of my problems, even though trouble shooting is a skill that people should learn, i'm still pretty bad at it and if its a logical error troubleshooting is rather... difficult.

    Anyway thanks for reading this.

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    Default Re: Hello

    Welcome! I don't know who told you that Java is "a universal code that everyone knows," and "one of the easiest to understand for when you use use netbeans," but I would disagree with both.

    I agree with your comments about troubleshooting, and you'll best learn how to be better at that by debugging your own code. Even so, we'll help point you at the bugs if needed.