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As most of you know I dont know much about computer programming thats why am attending school to learn java , My teacher is more focus to teach us java applets thats ok we have fun doin projects , but my question is  that my first language is spanish and i dont have any problem with my english but some parts in my book specially some words i dont understand thats why I ask you if you know of a good tutorial that teach how to write applets in spanish ,  you know i want to know about variables , methods , etc .  if you can post a link i will appriciete .

p.s for begginers please and if possible that focus more on variables , methods , and everything related to math you know , the double , float , int ,

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If you want some comprehensive material go look at Bruce Eckel's Thinking in Java book it is free for download @ http://www.mindview.net/Books/TIJ/ 

Just scroll down and you will find the links to the .zip of the html version of the book and the source code that accompanies the book
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http://www.programacion.com/java/

and for lots of examples, have a look at:

http://www.javaalmanac.com
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