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    java?

    So is java the easiest language to learn? I want something easy to get me started.

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    I have zero experience with Java. I started with HTML, then PHP, and now I'm learning C++.
    "Workers of the world unite; you have nothing to lose but your chains." -Karl Marx

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    Talking Im new to all-net tools and Java

    Hi guys im proud to have joined this forum.
    Oh yeah but that is not the point of this post.
    All I want to say is i'm a high school student learning
    java by using Eclipse. I just started yesterday so I am
    a complete newbie lol!! All I know how to do is start a project
    or make a class. I hope this froum will help me in programming
    even once I matser java and try something else.
    Later,
    Sebastian
    Last edited by blacksabbath; 10-24-2008 at 06:22 PM. Reason: Typo

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    wow! that helped bunches black sabbath, but anyway, ill start working on qbasic

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    is there any specific program to learn it with?

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    ignore my last post, I typed this in last night in qbasic:

    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    NUMBER = *
    AGAIN:
    DOUBLE = NUMBER * 2
    SQUARE = NUMBER * NUMBER
    ? NUMBER, DOUBLE, SQUARE
    NUMBER = NUMBER + *
    IF NUMBER < *6 THEN GOTO AGAIN
    END

    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    I pressed F5 and it highlighted the word DOUBLE and gave me an error message.
    I don't understand what I did wrong. why did it show the error message?

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    yeah. ill probably move to that soon. qbasic is really easy and a little boring

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    Yeah. That's awesome.

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    so should I use:
    visual studio .net
    dev- c++
    unix, linux?

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    ok thanks.

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