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I want Some Java Programming Code Samples

 
Kenn David Smith
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Welcome www.coderanch.com Members !

I am a beginner for Java Programming

I want Code Sample in Java Programming like......

......Hello World to Some GUI Software like

1) Calculator
2) Management Software ( Student or Library )
3) Very Simple Game
4) Simple File Explorer

for Study Purpose.

I am Using Net Beans IDE.



If you know about a good E book/ Web Site that includes code examples that beginner can study, It will helpful to me.

thanks.



 
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Welcome to the JavaRanch.

I would start by reading the Java Tutorial from Oracle.
Don't focus on existing applications but rather write your own. The only way to learn how to code is to code, to code and to code!
 
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@ Wouter Oet

Thanks for helping but I know basic of Java.

I want to examine Real World Application to get better idea about Java. & Practice to face with real world problems that I want some code samples.

Please If you know about Java Cook Book or any other web site that I can download Code samples Please tell me.

thanks.
 
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Hey, Nero

Please go through the following websites

1. http://www.java2s.com/
2. http://www.roseindia.net/
3. http://www.vaannila.com/

Books to refer
1. java complete reference
2. head first java
3. java for dummy

you ll get all the needed help from above said resources good luck
 
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@ vinayak jog

thanks for everything.

But I know about that site when I'm googling I found those sites but they have some advanced application's source codes

thanks
 
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Not sure about all those websites; roseindia hasn't got a good reputation here. I would prefer the Head First book (HFJ) over the Dummies book; I think Dummies is very good at explaining the nuts and bolts of the language, but not nearly as good as HFJ at object-orientation.
 
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@Campbell Ritchie

thanks for answering

I think I want a good book about " Java programming with Net beans or Some other IDE "

Is there a book like that ?
 
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You are probably better off not using IDEs at the beginner's stage.
 
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@Campbell Ritchie

thanks.

 
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You will find many code samples..
 
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