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Hi:
I'm a little bit confused on where to post for java help. There are three categories: Java General (Beginner), Intermediate and Advanced. At first I took it as meaning I am a beginner so I should post there. Even though I am new at coding Java and is a beginner, I am doing some advanced programming. Please clarify so I post my question to the right place. Does beginner means a beginner programmer or does it mean an easy simple programming question and so on.
Thank you.
 
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To tell you the truth - there are no definitions. As a rule Beginner means simple questions. However you would be amazed at the trivial questions that get asked in Advanced.
Anyway - don't sweat it. Just sort of guess how hard the question is and go for it.
 
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Thank you < >
 
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