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mick lynch
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Are there any tutorial videos for eclipse and or java
Jesper de Jong
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Welcome to JavRanch.

Try Google, search for "java video tutorial" or "eclipse video tutorial", for example.


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Stephen Davies
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I can reccomend, youtube, simply type in "Java" there are several good videos and channels you can subscribe to. Also if you use Firefox you can use the download helper plugin to download the videos to your hard-drive.


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Stephen Davies
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..also try
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Stephen Davies
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sorry that link is functionally correct but for others, to read it should say

http://www.showmedo.com
Waria Ahmed
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You can also try www.joegrip.com
mick lynch
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Thankyou all. ThaT http://www.showmedo.com/videos/java LOOKS PRETTY GOOD. Ill check out other suggestions soon. thanks again.
[ August 18, 2008: Message edited by: mick lynch ]
Jules Bach
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Mark Dexter's tutorials are quite good ir you're completely new to java (or if you're just starting with the eclipse IDE).

Mark Dexter Eclipse Resources
mick lynch
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Thanks, those Mark Dexter's tutorials are especially good and are really showing me my way around eclipse. I have just started to learn and have been told there is enough to cope with without using an IDE like Eclipse or NetBeans but I'm going to do it that way!
Campbell Ritchie
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Originally posted by mick lynch:
I have just started to learn and have been told there is enough to cope with without using an IDE . . .
Probably right; learn basic Java first, then after a few months you will be better able to use an IDE.
Campbell Ritchie
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But they are good tutorials
 
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