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Java for Abappers

Hi All,

Thanx in advance.

I want to know is there any fast way of learning java, since i am in abap.I used to work on ASP before that.

But now i want to learn java.

Regards,

Srikar

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  • Posted on Apr 26, 2004 at 07:41 AM

    Well, the fastest way in my understanding is to sit down and learn it. Download the sneak preview and go through the examples, that is what I would recommend.

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      One of the essence to learning java, is to learn object oriented programming and design.

      There are loads of books out there that use this angle, and your best bet is to use them. Try doing some searching on amazon

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    Posted on May 06, 2004 at 05:09 PM

    I don't know about about a fast way...but how about a fun way ? My first java program (I came from a C background) was a FTP client that I wrote just for fun. Don't worry about all the object oriented and design issues, that will come later.

    Java is a fun language to program with, it has all the flexibility of C++ and other OO languages, and you don't have to worry about pointers and memory too much....at least not for now 😊

    An easy way to start is to get a copy of eclipse (free IDE) and just go.

    Have fun dude

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