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  1. #1
    Kallahan Guest

    initial Java programming


    Hi,
    I am new to Java programming language & i have done programming in C++ &
    Windows programming in VC++ 6.0.
    I am studying from a book 'Java 2 From Scratch' & it seems the author is
    starting right away from visual programming. I just wanted to know that will
    this approach be fine in the long term for me, i mean is Java normally &
    mostly used to do visual programming ... i remember how many console programs
    i had to do in C++ before starting VC++.
    Please comment.
    Thanx.


  2. #2
    MarkN Guest

    Re: initial Java programming


    Those who [still] think Java is only for web applets will probably start with
    the visual.

    Do to the expansive use of the browser interface (which I despise) Java has
    moved to the server and that, along with most languages like it, means it
    is mostly used server-side.

    Java is being used successfully client-side by those savy enough to do it
    -and by some of those who are not.

    I would not teach Java the way that book does.


    "Kallahan" <java.@127.0.0.1> wrote:
    >
    >Hi,
    >I am new to Java programming language & i have done programming in C++ &
    >Windows programming in VC++ 6.0.
    >I am studying from a book 'Java 2 From Scratch' & it seems the author is
    >starting right away from visual programming. I just wanted to know that

    will
    >this approach be fine in the long term for me, i mean is Java normally &
    >mostly used to do visual programming ... i remember how many console programs
    >i had to do in C++ before starting VC++.
    >Please comment.
    >Thanx.
    >



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