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oh my apologies, i thought you said you were 9th grade. so maybe not computer engineering quite yet, but all the other things i said can help :)
Thank You Very Much I am doing my best.
im glad i could help :)
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i recommend if your new to this, camps like ID tech, books like "Murchs programming java with eclipse", tutorials like "thechernoproject". and maybe apps like this will help you alot. Also, do more research on java, and on how a computer works and reads code. trust me it will help you in the long run. since your in 9th grade, take computer engineering, that will teach you how a computer works. hope i helped :)
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