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Gajendra Kangokar
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hi

i have been learning java concepts,thanks to code ranch which has helped me in many ways.
but after knowing the concepts,how to start coding in java.i know to use eclipse,installing jdk everything is set.now i want to code and learn so that the concepts will me more clear and stick
to me.is there any usefull link or place to learn coding and that is also interesting.

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bob von ilten
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One beginner to another - I found the Head First Java Book to be an excellent prep resource, and you can check out the cattle drive right here at the ranch for some tougher projects. http://www.javaranch.com/java-college.jsp

Good Luck and happy coding.

P.S.

If you have never coded any java before you want to wait on eclipse and just use a good text editor and a command shell to compile and run your apps. This will let you focus on learning java rather than learning the IDE.
 
Stuie Clarky
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The cattle drive on this site is a pretty good resource for some coding puzzles once you get a little comfortable with how to do things. Also codingbat.com is another one for puzzles


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Saif Asif
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Like Bob said, if you are just beginning coding , then the best option would be to use some good text editor and then compile and run your code from the shell. That will help you alot, trust me.
 
Gajendra Kangokar
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yes i agree,i am now using textpad to code and run,by that i am able to understand compiler errors better

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Saif Asif
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Also take a look at notepad++ . My personal favorite !
 
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