I guess I'll just have to read the whole java thing all by myself till I understand and grasp it fully.
Really, this site doesn't help that much.I guess most people here are also learning from each other no one is master,that's why anytime i ask questions i get replies like "go check for more resources online".
I won't ask questions here any longer.I'll only check through the posted java article archive for more info.
Ola Olusegun wrote:that's why anytime i ask questions i get replies like "go check for more resources online". Most of the little things i understand in Java was through reading not forums...
I won't ask questions here any longer. I'll only check through the posted java article archive for more info.
James Boswell wrote:I don't think StackOverflow is much different to this forum in terms of how they expect you to phrase your question and the effort shown. I do think this forum is far more friendly and helpful (there are some serious a**holes on SO).
If learning programming wasn't hard, you wouldn't be making the big bucks.
Brian Kellytt wrote:But when you start first you can be totally clueless. You can check code and think you understand it. You write code and not understand what is going on or why it doesn't work and you can read and not understand if you follow me? I'm a slow learner.
I agree that you have to put the time in and the only way to learn something is to code but if you don't understand the basics ie you can't see through the tunnel it can be very very difficult.
But in fairness to this site and the people on it, I can only say that the advice (and help) I have received has been excellent and has certainly assisted me in a big way so far and for that I couldn't thank you all enough. I appreciate that you are all giving up your time for the sake of people like me who probably frustrate you with some of the basic questions I sometimes ask.
Charles D. Ward wrote:Thank you all.
I can see no bad English.
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ps. sorry for my bad english.