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Hi Guys, I am new into java.. I have made the code. if you guys want then i can share my code here.

Is it what this forum is for or we don't have to share the whole code.
please let me know.

PS - As I am newbie and having curiosity learn java faster, could you please give some light on this.. that would save me life a lot. thank you so much in advance.
 
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Welcome to Ranch.

Please be more specific on constructing your questions. If you have any difficulties in understanding particular topic, please specify it and ideally please include related code example. Thank you.
 
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indrajeet gour wrote:. . . learn java faster, . . . that would save me life a lot. . . .

you should work out how to learn Java® slower, as Peter Norvig will tell you.

And welcome to the Ranch
 
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Hello Campbell Ritchie,

Greetings !!

First of all I wanted to thank you for a huge and huge contribution to this forum(As a part of UNIX/LINUX forums I know how tuff but satisfactory it is to maintain a good number of useful posts). I went through Peter's link which you have provided to us in your post, I have a question here I also started learning JAVA(Basic JAVA) from complete reference book of JAVA as I am from UNIX background and desperately wanted to learn JAVA, could you please tell me steps how one like me and may be some others who wanted to learn JAVA but they can only learn it from home as they may be from other streams can learn JAVA efficiently, will be grateful to you as I have searched in google too about this but too much matter I am confuse right now, will be grateful to you if you could guide here.


Thanks,
R. Singh
 
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Hi Guys, special thanks to Liutauras Vilda and Campbell Ritchie for quick response and welcoming me here, possibly i will able to learn much more from here.

Thanks a lot to all.

 
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Ravinder Singh Khalsa did you not find your books or the other books suggested in your previous thread helpful?
 
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