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franklin roose
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Joined: Jun 13, 2012
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GOOD MORNING TO ALL..
I AM A NEW USER TO THIS SITE AND NEW TO JAVA TOO.COULD YOU PLEASE GUIDE ME FROM WHERE TO START ABOUT?AND HOW DO YOU POST YOUR QUERIES IN THIS SITE
Henry Wong
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franklin roose wrote:GOOD MORNING TO ALL..
I AM A NEW USER TO THIS SITE AND NEW TO JAVA TOO.COULD YOU PLEASE GUIDE ME FROM WHERE TO START ABOUT?AND HOW DO YOU POST YOUR QUERIES IN THIS SITE


Well, you kinda already did -- create a new topic that is... as for the location, this forum is for servlets. For beginning Java questions, the beginners java forum is probably best...

http://www.coderanch.com/forums/f-33/java


And BTW, Welcome to the Ranch !!

Henry


PS.... I will also move this topic to the Ranch Office for you -- as that is a forum for the discussion about the ranch itself.

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Stuart A. Burkett
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And just a bit of forum etiquette - this applies to most internet forum, not just javaranch - KeepItDown
franklin roose
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Henry Wong wrote:
franklin roose wrote:GOOD MORNING TO ALL..
I AM A NEW USER TO THIS SITE AND NEW TO JAVA TOO.COULD YOU PLEASE GUIDE ME FROM WHERE TO START ABOUT?AND HOW DO YOU POST YOUR QUERIES IN THIS SITE


Well, you kinda already did -- create a new topic that is... as for the location, this forum is for servlets. For beginning Java questions, the beginners java forum is probably best...

http://www.coderanch.com/forums/f-33/java


And BTW, Welcome to the Ranch !!

Henry


PS.... I will also move this topic to the Ranch Office for you -- as that is a forum for the discussion about the ranch itself.


THANK YOU SO MUCH..COULD YOU PLEASE TELL ME FROM WHERE I SHOULD START LEARNING JAVA..PLEASE CAN YOU GUIDE ME..MY HEAD BREAKS WHEN I LOOK AT OTHER POSTS..HEAD OR TAIL OF IT I DON'T UNDERSTAND..I HAD GONE FOR COURSES IN JAVA BUT LONG BACK NOTHING I CAN REMEMBER..ANY SUGESSTIONS REGARDING AUTHORS FOR LEARNING JAVA.I WANT TO LEARN RIGHT FROM BASICS..MY ENGLISH ISN'T TAT GOOD SO PLEASE DON'T MISTAKE ME IF IT IS WRONG..MY QUESTIONS MAY SOUND SILLY BUT STILL I NEED HELP..
John Jai
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Check for beginner's book in the Bunkhouse. And please KeepItDown
fred rosenberger
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Again...typing in all caps is considered shouting. Most people find it off-putting. So, please stop doing it.

Second...you don't need to quote an entire previous post. Just click the 'reply' button. If you do want to quote a post, just include the relevant part, not the whole thing.


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