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Hi,
well i am new in this field of programming.
so if any one can suggest me a good website
which gives a full listing of projects and help us in making that project.
i believe by making projects i will learn programming much faster.
so plz help me in this regard
hoping to find a solution from u guys !
bye
Jul 17 '05 #1
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sh******@hotmail.com (Shabbs) wrote in message news:<1e**************************@posting.google. com>...
Hi,
well i am new in this field of programming.
so if any one can suggest me a good website
which gives a full listing of projects and help us in making that project.

If you are really new to programming as a whole, can I recommend
you start with something other than Java? Particularly if you
intend to learn by means other than books or courses. Java is a
fine language, but it isn't really intended as a 'waterwings'
language like BASIC and other are. And the J2SE API is now quite
daunting, in size and content, for someone taking their first
baby-steps in programming.

I'd suggest something like Javascript - which is built into all
popular web browsers, is simple, friendly, and well supported
on-line. Or Python if you want to start off with a true object
orientated language. Learning on these more novice-friendly
languages will hopefully make you a better programmer in the long
run. Once you've cut your teeth on these, you can move onto Java,
C++, etc.

If you're looking to move to Java from another language, tutorials
and guides to most aspects of Java can be found at "java.sun.com".
They usually contain trivial example projects to demonstrate what
they are teaching.
-FISH- ><>
Jul 17 '05 #2
"Phil" <ry***@ieee.org> wrote in message news:<ri********************@rwcrnsc51.ops.asp.att .net>...
I disagree. Now is the perfect time to learn Java
and OO stuff. If you start with something like 'c'
that is not OO, then you have all that stuff to
"unlearn."

That wasn't even remotely the point I was making. Please
re-read my posting.
-FISH- ><>
Jul 17 '05 #3
jo*****@merseymail.com (FISH) wrote in message news:<db*************************@posting.google.c om>...
"Phil" <ry***@ieee.org> wrote in message news:<ri********************@rwcrnsc51.ops.asp.att .net>...
I disagree. Now is the perfect time to learn Java
and OO stuff. If you start with something like 'c'
that is not OO, then you have all that stuff to
"unlearn."

That wasn't even remotely the point I was making. Please
re-read my posting.
-FISH- ><>


Well u both are right in ur point of view.
but still i will go for Java.
so if any one knows about a website which contains Projects in java
and also guide us,plz give me the URL.
this will help me very much.
so URL plzzz.......
Jul 17 '05 #4
sh******@hotmail.com (Shabbs) wrote in message news:<1e**************************@posting.google. com>...
jo*****@merseymail.com (FISH) wrote in message news:<db*************************@posting.google.c om>...
"Phil" <ry***@ieee.org> wrote in message news:<ri********************@rwcrnsc51.ops.asp.att .net>...
I disagree. Now is the perfect time to learn Java
and OO stuff. If you start with something like 'c'
that is not OO, then you have all that stuff to
"unlearn."

That wasn't even remotely the point I was making. Please
re-read my posting.
-FISH- ><>


Well u both are right in ur point of view.
but still i will go for Java.
so if any one knows about a website which contains Projects in java
and also guide us,plz give me the URL.
this will help me very much.
so URL plzzz.......


The website of Sun already provides you with tons of
information/tutorials please see http://java.sun.com. Second thing I
would do is download/buy an good IDE for example Eclipse (which is
even free) http://www.eclipse.org . But I would not start with
programming in the IDE instead I would start programming using a
simple text editor and compile stuff via a shell/command-prompt. In
that way you learn how things are running in the background. Later you
can slowly move to the IDE. For the rest I dont know any other good
sites with some simple examples.

Douwe :)
Jul 17 '05 #5

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