Starting Java

Hi, I am starting Java. I have a book called "Java Bible 2" but it doesnt explain what to type my scripts in or anything. I have a copy of JBuilder but everytime I take sample code from websites it comes up with errors. In the book I can see they run from the command prompt. Im totaly confused and I was wondering if anyone out there could tell me the best way to start the language and type my scipts ect.

-Thanks

-Neocytrix
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zloy_ochenConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Hi, if u r just begining learn java do not use JBuilder as your 1st IDE , for u for now better stick to something much simplier so u could understand the structure of Java and they way it works. 1st of all go to www.jcreator.com and get they compiler, its a freeware. Its very easy to use ,it JCreator has a very good GUI as well.
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zloy_ochenCommented:
btw its only about 2MB
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zloy_ochenCommented:
When u get more experienced then u can move on to JBuilder, it is indeed everything that a java programmer would wish for
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neocytrixAuthor Commented:
Thanks you've been the only source for me to get this type of information. Its hard starting Java and you dont know how thankful i am for your answer.
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zloy_ochenCommented:
When u get more experienced then u can move on to JBuilder, it is indeed everything that a java programmer would wish for
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zloy_ochenCommented:
nw, i know how its like starting learn java;)
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zloy_ochenCommented:
nw, i know how its like starting learn java;)
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