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  1. #11
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    EaseZE Go to http://java.sun.com/ and do a search! That was a good post I love anything to do with Java.




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    I'm glad to help anyone. I also wrote a tut on Applets, but it is not near as extensive as this one, but enough to get your feet wet. It is on the tutorials index if interested.

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    Gonna write some more? Want to teach me and I'll help you write them

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    bah i hate Java...C++ pwnz man Anyways i am taking AP Comp Sci and there are some major differences between C++ and Java and well i get confused sometimes between the two languages (not very 1337 of me...i know). Anyways, maybe if you could write a tutorial about the differences between the two programming languages (if you know C++) i would greatly appriciate it. Also, what books would you recommend for Java, several people have recommended eBooks but i want a real reference book that i can have in my back pack that i can whip out when i need it. I currently have Java 2 in Plain English by Brian Overland and some other guy. Anyways, thanks for the tutorial
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    I like C++, do not get me wrong, but if I know a whole host of langauges and am proficient in all, it is much better for the resume.

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    I don't really go by books and I don't know c++. We used a cdrom book in my high school class and we use a textbook in my college beginning class, but I never look at the textbook. I just go by the lecture notes found here:
    http://www.cs.utsa.edu/~javalab/cs1713/lectures.html
    The main page is here and there is a lot of good stuff on it:
    http://www.cs.utsa.edu/~javalab/cs1713/
    The book is called Java software solutions, foundations of program design 3rd edition(written by Lewis and Loftus). I guess if you all want another tutorial I can give it. It will probably be a few days because I don't want it to suck. We are learning arrays right now so I'll probably throw some of that in there. What else would you like to see and I'll try and put it in?

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    I've started the new tut, and have a sample program of arrays which I explain almost every line of. I need some suggestions of other things to include in the tut.

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    White_Eskimo I use an excellent text book, it's called Java How To Program(Fourth Edition) by Deitel & Deitel. The book comes with a cd-rom and on that is :

    Java tm 2 SDK, Standard Edition, 1.3.1
    Java Media Framework API 2.1.1
    Forte for Java, Release 2.0 Community Edition
    Java Plug-in HTML Converter 1.3

    I have just looked in the book and it says that all of the code that's on the cd-rom is available atwww.Deitel.com
    I hope this has been of help!





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    I just go by the lecture notes found here: http://www.cs.utsa.edu/~javalab/cs1713/lectures.html
    The main page is here and there is a lot of good stuff on it:
    http://www.cs.utsa.edu/~javalab/cs1713/
    Thanks man, that is an awsome resource. I just have to get around to reading everything now :-/

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    I think I have finished the second tutorial, unless anyone has more suggestions. It has three sample programs and a detailed description of each program. I will post it tomorrow because the board kindof goes dead this late anyway. Hope everyone looks forward to it.

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