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    Unhappy help me pleaz...i'm Beginner in java

    Hi everybody ,,,

    i'm a beginner in java programing and I want to learn it

    but I have a problem that I don't know which compiler i have to choose and

    what are the things that i should do?


    I hope that I will get the answer,,

    thanx

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    Big questions!
    I'd start at the Sun site and download the tutorial and one of the latest SDKs, either
    1.4.2 or 1.5 and also the doc for the SDK that you download.

    There have been many postings on this site and others about recommended beginning text books.
    Learn to use Search on the various forums and you will be able to learn a lot and get the answers to many questions.

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    - download an IDE to learn things. Eclipse is free....
    - decide what type of app u want to develop (rich, thin clients) and then google for tutorials...sample keyword: Eclipse + java tutorial. trying out web applications is always a good start, but u'll need to.....
    - download app server, JBOSS 1.4 .... things can get crazy, loads of new things: therefore plan what knowledge u want to seek.

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    Dont use an IDE if your new to programing and dont know java or any other langs.

    Use a program called Jedit ( google for Jedit ) untill you understand a bit of java and programing in general, then you can dl eclipse and learn to use it.

    go to this:
    http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutor...ybigindex.html

    then scroll down to where it says Trial: Geting Started, and then just follow it step by step.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeroFear
    Dont use an IDE if your new to programing and dont know java or any other langs.
    I definitely agree with ZerFear. Use a simple editor first.

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    I agree also. You need to learn a bit about how things really work before hiding all that inside an IDE.

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    thanks alot Norm, ishafizan, ZeroFear and prometheuzz

    I will start with java using (Jedit... )

    another thing
    can I know what is the difference between JDK & IDE



    and thanx for helping me

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    Quote Originally Posted by m!ss java
    thanks alot Norm, ishafizan, ZeroFear and prometheuzz

    I will start with java using (Jedit... )

    another thing
    can I know what is the difference between JDK & IDE

    and thanx for helping me
    Hi m!ss java,

    JDK is the Java Development Kit. It includes all the software you need to compile and run Java code. An IDE is an "integrated development environment". It includes the JDK and provides a framework for you to build projects.

    Good luck.

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    so that's the difference

    thanx for help,, "prometheuzz"



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    just sharing experiences...an ide helped me to learn new things quickly. my strategy was to get what results i wanted, then dwelve deep into the code and understand the works for further manipulation. With experience, i began to code using txt editors....hihi in certain situations, way faster
    - for html, from WYSIWYG to notepad.....
    - first gen servlets back in the 90s....just notepad, steep learning curve
    - then 'digressed' a little bit to code vb,asp in vs...then used normal txt editors to code
    - gone back to java with websphere....used ide for development, organised
    - changed to .net....hihi love@ fisrt sight. develped some rfid apps too. Faster project rollouts...vs.net is a nice tool.
    - now back to java for an SOA project, phew very new here in my country with some java standards yet to mature, ejb 2.1 different from 3.0, plus the upcoming jee5, apache esb etc been playing around with some code. again i find having an ide useful, nice wizards to create project frameworks. with so many new java libraries and changes, phew guess i've become IDE-dependant...

    hihi pls don't shoot me
    Last edited by ishafizan; 08-31-2005 at 09:18 PM.

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    Cool

    sorry for replying late !!

    hihi pls don't shoot me


    emmmmmmmmm

    u think that its better using IDE?

    what is SOA project?


    thanx ishafizan

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    Service-oriented architecture (SOA) design practices allow businesses to leverage their investments in platforms and applications through service reuse and standards-based interoperability; maximizing service sharing, reuse, and interoperability in distributed environments.

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    Naveen Vooka
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    DevSquare - Online Application Development

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    Ahaaa

    thanx alot "NaveenVooka"



    when I will become a good girl in programming ?

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    I don't know how to thank all of u

    thanx so much "srekcus"

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