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Tennis score keeping program

Jonothan Brand
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hey can somebody please help me, i need a java program for tennis scorekeeping with the player name inputs and access databases. thanks i need it asap!!!
Bear Bibeault
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You forgot to post your code and the issues that you are having with it.


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Jonothan Brand
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Bear Bibeault wrote:You forgot to post your code and the issues that you are having with it.

the thing is i have no clue on how to do any of it.
Bear Bibeault
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Well, I'd recommend starting with what you do know, and start asking specific questions. People here will be more than happy to help you, but you're not going to get anyone to do your work for you.
fred rosenberger
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I would start by downloading and installing the JDK. Have you done that yet?


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