Seems hard so far!!
Priya Sinh wrote:The other link to the 'Where Do I Start' topic been quite instructive...
Its been a week that I decided to learn, and haven't been progressed much. Hoping I get through each topic and call myself a Java programmer some day. . Seems hard so far!!
You mean you showing them how to run without letting them to step their first steps first?
Jamie Jay wrote:When we let students or trainees start learning this way, we always get outstanding learning curves and they have fun because of immediately visible results.
doesn't look right to me. We usually solving with students here the way simpler exercises, yes, quite often we struggle, but that is expected, it is Beginning Java forum and we don't rush with the things which could over complicate everything. Usually most of moderators suggests even not to use any clever IDE's which have also some auto code generation for methods as toString(), hashCode(), equals()...
Priya Sinh wrote:want to learn Java programming from scratch, and have least programming experience
Thank you for explaining us in details. Ah, have a cow for that
Jamie Jay wrote:This is how we do it...
I'd avoid that site. They teach all sort of wrong things.
Jeremiah Parrack wrote:For starters I recommend thenewboston.com
Does that book/course teach object orientation? Do you know about encapsulation and data hiding and the difference between instance and static members of a class?
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