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how do i learn java from the scratch? without a background on programming in the easiest way please
 
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A prerequisite to successfully learn Java is to realize that Java is something totally different than HTML and Javascript (which this section covers).
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moving to JIG forum where it belongs....
 
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Originally posted by maria Abdullahi:
how do i learn java from the scratch? without a background on programming in the easiest way please



See the following thread, in which Joe and Layne offer excellent suggestions...

http://www.coderanch.com/t/398450/java/java/want-basic-concepts
 
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Originally posted by marc weber:


See the following thread, in which Joe and Layne offer excellent suggestions...

http://www.coderanch.com/t/398450/java/java/want-basic-concepts



I'm being quoted! Now that makes me feel special

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