Alex Guld wrote:class Party
Alex Guld wrote:But when i try: javac party.java it returns:
Alexanders-MacBook-Air:~ alexander$ javac party.java
javac: file not found: party.java
Junilu Lacar wrote:consider also recommending Corey Haines' "Understanding the Four Rules of Simple Design"
Ted Gress wrote:@Vilda: Absolute value is a different operation from what I am doing here.
Ted Gress wrote:I posted the code in the beginning of this thread. The application is throwing an exception on:
next = row.get(i);
Ted Gress wrote:It is clear in my code I posted first.
John Sanderval wrote:Ugh nevermind can you just tell me what subject i should look up so i can just look up this stuff myself, reddit is just as bad as this.
Alberto Solano wrote:the links to methods or classes of the Java API Specification are not available.
Giedrius Ceinorius wrote:And I definitelly can‘t argue that when you are learning for a certificate it makes you to know a lot of stuff, so here‘s big plus...
In my opinion the biggest plus of the certificate to show to yourself and to employer the endeavour you make.
Giedrius Ceinorius wrote:Curious to know whether these certificates does some kind of impact for employers..