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Posted: 18 Jul 2009 05:32:44 am    Post subject:

I have a friend who wants to learn JAVA as her first programing language. Does anyone know a tutorial that would help her getting started. (I only know Visual Basic and some C#, so I have no experience whatsoever about JAVA.)
Thanks in advance
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Posted: 18 Jul 2009 10:32:58 am    Post subject:

“Thinking in Java”
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Posted: 18 Jul 2009 02:01:48 pm    Post subject:

sgm wrote:
“Thinking in Java”

An author or link might also be helpful.

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Posted: 18 Jul 2009 03:06:44 pm    Post subject:

Java is not Just Another Vague Acronym. ;-)

It may be worth bearing in mind that C# is not a million miles from Java (though with some of the more heinous design decisions fixed).
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Posted: 18 Jul 2009 06:44:37 pm    Post subject:

Thanks, are there any online guides, forums, stuff,... you might advice?
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Posted: 18 Jul 2009 08:45:58 pm    Post subject:

well, the javadoc is always a good place to find information. Just search "javadoc java.net.url". The first page listed is what is called javadoc. That lists all the methods and constructors and everything. That is really helpful with things. I would also check out netbeans, because it is a good IDE.
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