Ta Wana Hello,😊
• Best way to learn is to practice;
• Finish the Java Tutorial on SoloLearn;
• View the codes made by the public; and
• Read the COMMENTS in the lessons
you can find a great examples and
You can find useful resources for learning here:
Ta Wana for that you have make a start and stick to it, code regularly, play around with available codes @playground, you can go to java section and search for small codes for that .You can Google too.
Here is a startup
By "for beginners "you can follow 👇
you can check all the posts by the user from September to present for practice
All the best👍
Danijel Ivanović I tried to select java and loop from there but found nothing .
Am I missing something?
edit : from Gordon's code
Daljeet Singh Can you tell me exactly the name of the example you choose?
choose > language java
choose > topic loops
Nothing appears has @Gordon missed adding loops?
Daljeet Singh 😃Okay! 👍
Gordon did a great job,👌🍻
but I didn't write a Java loop-tutorial and that's why it doesn't open that content to you. 😉
Gordon did a collection of posts and tutorials that I shared on SL, you have a list and so you can find what you need.😊
Danijel Ivanović yes, definitely @Gordon did a fantastic job(thanks for pinging Gordon) I couldn't mention him , still can't 😊
I did check it again, looks like it is being updated constantly by him👍👍
// I am not sure about comments which are edited by a mod should be edited or not thats why a new comment
Ta Wana Start with one language and I think it's java in your case. Now start learning from the very beginning which is given in sololearn. Go slowly and practice everything once you complete reading and playing quizzes. Post your doubts here whenever you find any difficulty in understanding a concept.
People here will surely help you out.
Take in mind that you can't learn Java in seconds or in some weeks. You need months (or years) of practise and study. Before write your codes try first to understand others' codes.Try to see what and how they write in their codes. Finish some easy tutorials like this one here or internet tutorials. Also following a book is not bad. Every language is like a real language, syntax, sentences, names, variables etc etc thus they need practise. Your first codes will be like "hello world", dont worry every starter started with this greeting. Then you will be able to print all odd and even numbers in a range, make your first class and object and play with objects by changing their attributes. Later you will have headaches with inheritances and polymorphism. Soon you will understand that everything is an object and belongs to a class and one day after months you will realise that you know just the basics of java. But again dont worry, its not how good you are in a language, its what you DO with what you know.
I'd suggest you check out https://processing.org first, it is a simplified version of java made for learning coding . Check out the examples, read through the docs or watch tutorials on youtube, try to do your own project , start with something small! Good luck !
I would suggest, if you don't have a companion, buy head first java. A book easy to read. Second use sololearn and third browse to o'reily's website which also is/was a great help for me. And last, to get some experience: w3resource.com/java-exercises.
That location has interesting exercises to get started with al you have read and learned from the first 3 options.
A companion to learn with would be the best.
if you don't give up...
Try and try until you get... Believe in not giving up..
When you complete a lesson, practice with experimenting on codes with all possible cases of what you learn... It makes you remember forever..