|Beginners' Corner from Shlomo Krasner|
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Now, Logic is a wonderful thing but it has, as the process of evolution discovered, certain drawbacks. Anything that thinks logically can be fooled by something else that thinks at least as logically as it does.
What is the purpose of this page, and for whom is it meant?
This page was developed by Shlomo Krasner,
and is not meant for someone trying to teach himself Java, or for a thorough
understanding of the contents and syntax of Java. If you want tutorials or books
that will enable you to learn Java by yourself check out the
FAQs and Tutorials Section,
or the Java Books Section.
This section is meant for the absolute beginner to Java and programming. It gives a brief
and basic understanding of some of the basic concepts of Java, meant for the person whom is
about to start a Java class and has an extra hour, and doesn't want the whole class to be ahead
of him, or for the whole lecture to fly right over his head. Reading the following links will
give him a basic background to enable him to have a framework, that he can place in it the bricks
of Java knowledge to build with. Also, this is meant for the student whom has gone to class,
and was unable to follow, reading this will help him. Also, readers might want to visit the
"New to Java" sections of the various Java forums and discussion
What is computer programming?
How to set up Java my computer? Setting up the class and classpath.
Basic Java terminology: Variables, Strings, ints, interface, GUI, Keywords, etc.
What are Applications and Applets?
What is Debugging, and how do I do it?
What are control statements?
What are arrays and data structures?
What are Objects, Classes, Inheritance and Methods?
Advanced topics: Exceptions, Multithreading, Networking and I/O (input/output)
What is the API and Javadoc?
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