New to Java and don't know where to start
the are some great examples to be found throughout the internet. But I for one fond that learning Java works best when you have someone to teach you. At least untill you have the basics down.
Java is a great language, but because of the OOP that comes into play from the start, the learning curve can be a bit steep.
If you are willing, I'm willing to help you out here, just contact me through MSN and we'll start your crash course asap.
I think you are interested in java applet.
The book "thinking in java" suits newbie .
mark I can't seem to im you I have tryed to add you and it say there is no profile under that name.
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