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Java or Java Servlet first?

Steve Ngai
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Joined: Jul 18, 2002
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I hope to learn Java Servlet. Should I learn Java for someweeks first before I learn Java Servlet or is it possible for me to start away learn Java Servlet? I have Object Oriented Programming background. Thanks


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chanoch wiggers
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its worth learning java for a while - although by learning servlets you will be indirectly learning java two. Remember though, that trying to learn both at once will be very likely a very frustrating process since you will be trying to deal with problems of both. Your OO background will definitely help a great deal but java has certain foibles that everyone struggles with - classpath, packages and FQNs...


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Dave Vick
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