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While I was trying to learn Java, I had this in mind.
Hell I can't understand it, but this picture was fun to draw

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Published: 7 years, 1 month ago
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MooseJam
7 years, 1 month ago
Love the way you do roos.
DraculJOSHI
7 years, 1 month ago
why?
Java is pretty easy, it is modeled after the real world:
You have objects, events and effects.
Objects exist, events happen on runtime and effects take place after an event on one or more objects.

Objects have a definition, something you can create, like a mug. They can also be abstract, like an int.
events usually use some sort of listener to trigger an effect.
and an effect influences what happens next, like when you click, that another window opens or something.

the way of code writing is pretty similar to C#

for your programming comfortability I suggest you use the Eclipse environment.

Also remember, that you can only use certain codes if you have the java library implemented, this is a little difficult and may take you a while, but it is necessary for database access and 3D work, unless you want to programm those classes yourself...
WairuHuZanshi
7 years, 1 month ago
Hi there!

Thanks for the comment!
Now I'm attending at college where I try to learn software development and looks like we have to learn C# anyway, and I knew its sintactics is close to Java, though I still can't really make a sense in my head with the meaning of these abstracts, trigger or effect. Most of these names can't really get along but I'd like to understand them. :(
DraculJOSHI
7 years, 1 month ago
C# is fine, but it is very limited. For most applications it is completely sufficient thought. Also it is more closely programmed in an system-like structure, resembling old school programming more than java.
I am a new-age kid, thus I have a lot of an easier time with java.

I prefere Java, because I think big. Java is runing on any system when the environment is there, no matter whether it is windows dos - 8, linux, android or that mac OS.

It's also very expandable, because there are a lot of code libraries that are GNU.
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