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I need a very good way to learn Java in a hurry. Know any good sites?
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oubelkasConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Wooh, well it's pretty hard to learn Java quickly, but you can see loads of examples on

http://www.javaboutique.com

Then you might wanna use altavista and search for something like "learning Java". Lots of sites contain information on Java, including knowhows, tutorials, examples and guides.

I also started once with Java, but I'm not a great fan of it, but hey, that's my personal opinion.

Thank you anyway! :)

Joseph
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oubelkasCommented:
Try using the key word

Java applets

in altavista, here you can find also lots of info...

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joseelandryAuthor Commented:
i'll be sure to check that out.  I'm basically looking for a step by step tutorial or something like that.
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joseelandryAuthor Commented:
alta vista, hum?  I don't really use that one much.  Does it have it's advantages?
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oubelkasCommented:
As far as I know, it's one of the biggest search engines available on the net. Which search engine are you using then? The url of alta vista is :

http://www.av.com

in case you didn't know...
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joseelandryAuthor Commented:
I use different ones for different thing.  Mostly excite, for fun, Lycos if I'm looking for a very specific word, it'll match it excactly although the database is small.  I also use looksmart which seems to give me some of best results when I'm looking for info on a certain subject.  Sites found are usually related to what I'm looking for.  Less junk.  Netscape seems to be the worse though.  Can't find a thing there.
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joseelandryAuthor Commented:
I do use Alta Vista for translating services though.  They're not too accurate most of the time, but it can be a great help when you're stuck
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oubelkasCommented:
Yes, Alta Vista can be useful for some translation. And it's true that Lycos is more specific and Netscape SUCKS! I'll check out looksmart once www.looksmart.com I presume? Ok!

Joseph
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joseelandryAuthor Commented:
Right address.  Have fun!  
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