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Boubaker Khemadja
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Hi every one , I'm new to this community this is my first post,

I wanna learn java programming, and I'm new to this hole programming things, I've no knowledge in it, so can I still learn ?

If yes, I wanna please someone to point me to a step by step program, I've access to ebooks so no worries just tell me what books I need to get and in what order I have to study them.

Please note that I'm very commited and once I've made a thing in my head I'll not stop till I do it.

Thanks everyone


PS : sorry my english sucks and yeah I've someone to help me with that .
 
Kemal Sokolovic
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Hello and welcome to the Ranch!

There were couple of similar topics already discussed here and here, and probably couple of more that you can find by searching the forum. So I would point you to read what others have stated there since your question is similar. Of course if you have any more doubts and questions afterwards, feel free to ask.
 
Boubaker Khemadja
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Thanks m8 ,

I've second thought, whitch is the easiest programming language please (if not Java) ? and also if you can point me to a program to learn it too.

Thanks.
 
Rameshwar Soni
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Boubaker Khemadja wrote:Thanks m8 ,

I've second thought, whitch is the easiest programming language please (if not Java) ? and also if you can point me to a program to learn it too.

Thanks.


I think there are 2 cases here.

CASE 1: If you are a CS/IT student.

Then there is not much to worry since every CS/IT course have some common languages like C, C++, Java, PHP, C# etc. So you have to study all for your exams and you can be a jack of all and become a master of one language as per your choice and interest.

CASE 2: If you aren't a CS/IT student.

Then you need to think a bit and look around which languages are in demand in your country according to jobs, which one you are interested in etc.
I don't think Java is TOO difficult to begin with because
  • there are plenty of resources to help you out
  • A very large community to again help you


  • One more thing i have heard many people saying Python is good language to begin with, i cannot say much about Python as i don't know Python.

    Finally what it needs to be a good programmer is patience. Read this article Teach yourself programming in Ten years


     
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