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ekte spiriopoulos
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where could i find lessons about java and if it could be possible and linux?
 
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I presume you are aware of the Jva™ Tutorials? You will get good advice here.
 
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Try this or this.

I used to recommend coursera, but it appears that they are now charging for all courses.
 
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J. Kevin Robbins wrote:Try this or this.

I used to recommend coursera, but it appears that they are now charging for all courses.
i do java oop .This courses having to do with that?
 
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ekte spiriopoulos wrote:
J. Kevin Robbins wrote:Try this or this.

I used to recommend coursera, but it appears that they are now charging for all courses.
i do java oop .This courses having to do with that?

Whether or not your code is OOP depends on how you write it, not which language you use.

Most Java classes are designed to teach OOP principles, but I've seen lots of Java code written in a procedural style. Usually from programmers who are coming from a procedural language and trying to learn OOP.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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