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how to build strong foundation of OOPS and core java ?  RSS feed

 
Vinod Vinu
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i want to learn java very well. i want to build strong basic foundation in java including OOPS. im working in java since a year but still my concepts are not clear and sometimes later i just forget those learned concepts.

This time, i just want to go through seriously and learn for myself. Should i go for any IDE like eclipse or use notepad only to write again "hello world" program ? which book so i read to build strong unforgettable concepts of java?

please help
 
Joseph Mokenela
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I would recommend that you use notepad and practice the concepts as much as you can, as they sink in you and you can fully grasp them at your fingertips, its only then you can used the IDE.

Good Luck!
 
debraj mallick
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Hi Vinod,

I believe notepad is good for beginners,
you can use ide but it is not recommended for beginners.
 
Wouter Oet
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I agree with not using an IDE. However I prefer notepad++ (can highlight code) over regular notepad.
 
Campbell Ritchie
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debraj mallick wrote: . . . I believe notepad is good for beginners, . . .
I don't believe notepad is any good for programming. Look here and here for suggestions about much better editors.
 
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