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Thread: Hi there

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    Thumbs up Hi there

    Hey, i've been working on Java for a few months now but some of the basic stuff still confuses me since i work in patches. I do a lot in a week and then nothing for 3 and it slips my mind. I've been working on Android apps and that went pretty well, mostly just doing it to teach myself. Now i'm working on a Simple Hill Climbing algorithm to try and solve the travelling salesman problem but frankly, i've been away from Java for a bit and im forgetting things. Anyway i'll start a new thread about that in the right place when i need too.

    I thought joining this forum would help me work or at least see Java code almost every day so i basically get used to it. At the moment its more of a side project that i don't pay attention too so im hoping to change that by completing this TSP problem and many more!

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    Hello RED_

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