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I just started learning java programming. I would like to know to how java is used in the real world, skills and also steps to take to achieve said uses. Thank you.
 
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Welcome to the Ranch

It is used a lot, particularly in the “middle layer” of the three tier architecture shown in this tutorial page. You can get an idea which languages are the most popular from the Tiobe index. I suggest you keep practising at learning programming. The logic behind object‑oriented programming is the most important thing for you to learn.
 
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Campbell Ritchie wrote:You can get an idea which languages are the most popular from the Tiobe index...


Don't mean to hijack the thread, but...WOW. Those figures seem to suggest that Java has replaced Objective-C for a LOT of people. I wonder if the new v7-v8 stuff has anything to do with it?

Glad to see that reports of its (Java's) demise appear to be premature.

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Winston Gutkowski wrote:Those figures seem to suggest that Java has replaced Objective-C for a LOT of people.



Rather, with the introduction of Swift, the usage of Objective-C for iOS and OS X has plummeted. I don't think that anyone is replacing Objective-C with Java per se, it's just that the downgrading of Objective-C has moved it much lower in the index than Java.
 
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