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#1 TomJoad  Icon User is offline

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C++ to Java Resources?

Posted 01 May 2011 - 11:57 AM

Hello Everyone,

Does anyone know of any good resources for learning Java when you already have a fairly good grasp on C++?

This is the only website I found: http://triton.towson...a-tutorial.html

Are there any others? I tried searching this forum using "C++ to Java" but got 1000 results and went through the first 5 pages and saw nothing. I figured this would be a frequently asked question, but I guess not?

Thank you.

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Re: C++ to Java Resources?

Posted 01 May 2011 - 11:59 AM

Java frankly is a simplified version of C++ that expects an OO-based architecture. The DIC tutorials here are good, but if you want a specific list of changes, you can look at this result:
http://www.d.umn.edu...ava/c2java.html
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Re: C++ to Java Resources?

Posted 01 May 2011 - 12:20 PM

To be frank, don't worry about looking for specific programming resources that deal with people that have programmed before as this is somewhat hard to come by, in general tutorials are wrote from the point of view that the reader is either new or has never programmed before (unless it is a intermediate-advanced concept). I suggest simply looking for Java tutorials and reading them, if you find something is too easy, move on. If you are struggling with it, stick with it.

Just learn Java like you learnt C++, your previous knowledge will come in handy and I am sure you will find that you pick Java up very quickly. I personally started learning Java through this book:
http://workbench.cad...java-6-21-days/
I'd recommend that book to most.

I hope this helped,
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