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Hey everyone! I'm Robel and I'm a new forum user from France.

I've recently started getting into Java programming and HTML coding (which must seem very easy to you guys ) and I've always had a few lingering questions here and there whenever I program for an assignment. At the moment we're doing basic programming such as creating binary to hexadecimal converters, binary addition programs, and at the same time we're learning of new functions in Java such as tables and whatnot.
I'm using the Eclipse Development Tool and I'm running Ubuntu on my laptop

I can't wait to chat with you guys! I hope I can progress in programming as soon as possible for when I enter university this coming september.
 
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Welcome to JavaRanch, Robel!
 
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Welcome to the Ranch!

Feel free to ask questions in the forums that you have while learning Java. And have fun!
 
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