Fred Masen wrote:I have an important question. I tried to learn Java and I failed miserably. Which means that after 8 months of studying Java I could not build any project on my own. However while I was following the book I did not take the time to solve any problems who was given after each Java lesson. The thing I did at that time was to copy the code of the lesson and modify it a little bit thinking that I was understanding the principle and I was comprehending the material. The exercises following the lessons seem to me too complicate so I never bothered trying to solve any of them. So my question is that : When you learn Java , C++ or anything other language as first language do you guys try to solve these exercises after each lesson? Sometimes I feel that programming is not for me so I stopped for a few months then I feel the urge to try again. Thanks for your answers.
Yani Stan wrote:Hi guys,
I am currently writing a program that requires to store some strings in an array, but when I do that, only the first String inputs. What am i doing wrong?
I would like all of the Strings to output
Thank you very much for any help
John Mercier wrote:Hello, in try-with-resources what is the code between () called?
In the section where r1 and r2 is initialized what is it called? Is it "initialization"? That wouldn't make sense since in java 11 we can now just declare the resource used.
I'm watching a video about try-with-resources and it keeps referring to the try-block but clearly everything in () is not the same as the try-block. So I want to know if there is an official name for it.
Tim Holloway wrote:Well, you know what they say. There are 10 kinds of people. Those who count in binary and those who don't.
Incidentally, in my high school days we had a fad of playing with number systems that had negative bases. That was fun.
Patterns can come in in topology, graph theory, and, of course, topological graph theory.
Nothing is more fun to a Pure Mathematician than merging multiple math systems together. Now lets define some algebras and calculi on them!
Campbell Ritchie wrote:A lot of people believe that visualising patterns counts as part of Maths. Even simple patterns, so planning anything more complicated than “Hello World” counts as mathematical reasoning. You said it yourself later:-
Les Morgan wrote:. . . comprehend, visualize, and develop complex patterns . . .
Modeling is Math.Please confirm that is 11 in decimal.
take their shoes off to count past 11. . . .
joe encalada wrote:Hi Les.
Thanks for your comments. However, in this line:
CountersPanel is a class which uses TablePanel class as an argument, so in this case there is not way of getting update data from this class(which is the argument)?
Sorry if my question sounds kind of silly.