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Learning Java for grade 9 beginner

 
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My son is in grade 9. He is beginner in Java and Python.
Is there any online training available, where he can get his basics well ?

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Moving to a more general forum

jignesh soni wrote:. . .
Is there any online training available

Yes. Lots of sites.

where he can get his basics well ?

Thanks

No. I have given up looking at websites because there are too many of them, but it is very rare to find one covering the basics well. Indeed it is quite unusual to find one covering the basics at all. So many of them skip over the basicsor omit important parts.
You could try marcobehler.com; Behler is a regular contributor on this website.
 
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Yes there are lots of books, sites and online courses available on internet from where beginner can start learning java in easier way. For example Codecademy is probably one of the best places to learn Java online. Java is a well-structured, object-oriented language, which can be considered easy for beginners. You can be the master of this programming language quite rapidly, as there are many processes that run automatically. You don't have to think more that “how the things work in there” too deep.
You can ready some book as listed below.
1. Head First Java
2. Java: A Beginner’s Guide
3. Thinking in Java

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Hope this answer will help you.
 
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Please supply more details about those books, otherwise they will be difficult to find. If “Thinking in Java” is the book by Bruce Eckel, I wouldn't recommend that to a beginner. I think it is a book for more experienced people.
 
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I like to recommend this one Python for Everybody as it is designed for absolute beginners and makes no assumptions of prior programming knowledge or even how computers work. It's also completely free which is a great thing.
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