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Eddie Grizzlie
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does anybody know a good process for learning Java in college which will also help you pass the chapter tests? Starting our Java class the professor read through the syllabus the first day then dismissed everybody saying it was an online class. I do believe if I discover an effective process to learn the programming language, the chapter test will easily be passed.
 
Tony Docherty
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Do you mean something other than the standard approach of reading the course material, spending time practicing what you have learn't and doing lots of research.
BTW out of those 3 I'd say the spending time practicing (ie analysing a problem, designing a solution and writing code) is the most important and needs to be repeated over and over again.

Edit: Just re-read my post and it sounds a bit sarcy - apologies it wasn't intended to come across like that.
 
Campbell Ritchie
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Welcome to the Ranch

Do you have online lectures? Do you have a means to ask your teacher questions?
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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