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java tips for beginners

 
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hi Everybody,


In this forums very useful to java beginners. so now only i joined this forums.
i want basic java tips for programming skills developing purpose. so any tips avail inform to me and all java beginners.."


thanks to all......


with regards,

sasikumar (chennai,india).
 
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To start with you can have a look at JavaBeginnersFaq and Java-FAQ

And Welcome to JavaRanch.
 
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Hi Sasi kumar,

You can start learning Java with 'Head First Java' book. Practice the sample programs with any textEditor (Notepad++ and Editplus).
Once you are familiar with Java. You can prepare for SCJP. Read Kathy Sierra book for SCJP exams.

All the best,
LALITH


ssasi kumar wrote:hi Everybody,


In this forums very useful to java beginners. so now only i joined this forums.
i want basic java tips for programming skills developing purpose. so any tips avail inform to me and all java beginners.."


thanks to all......[/color]


with regards,

sasikumar (chennai,india).

 
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