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Introduction: This page will teach you how to use the Do-While statements in Java. Important! It is fairly important you understand the While Statement before reading this tutorial page. It can be found on the main Java Tutorial Thread page. What is a Do-While Statement? A Do-While Statement is very similar to a While Statement, with one exception. The conditions that require to be true for the...
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Introduction: Welcome, this page will teach you how to create a For Each Loop in Java. What is a For Each Loop? A For Loop is very similar to a For Loop within Java except it only requires two arguments and instead of referring to the current value of the loop through the index, we have an actual item. When are For Each Loops used? For Each Loops are used for iterating through a list of values or...
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Introduction: Welcome to a tutorial on the use of comments within Java. What are comments? Comments are just like the standard definition of comments anywhere in the world, they are used to explain something within the midst of the code. Comments are not read by Java and as such do not affect the program running. When are comments used? Comments are normally used to either make a note for the...
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Introduction: This page will show you how to use the While statement. What is the While statement? The While statement is used to run a block of code/script constantly until its conditions become false. When is a While statement used? A while statement is great for multi-tasking in programs, for example; while the character is moving in a game it should run a script to update the screen graphics/...
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Introduction: Welcome to the Java tutorial on Multi-Dimensional Arrays. I would highly recommend you have a look at my Arrays page before reading through this one! What is a Multi-Dimensional Array? A Multi-Dimensional Array is an array which contains more than one index at any given placement. For example; instead of just having a value at the index "3", we could have "3""0", "3""1" etc. When...
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Introduction: Welcome, this page will teach you about Arrays within Java. What is an Array? An array is a variable which holds more than one value, in effect, it's a list of values attached to a variable name. When are Arrays Used? Arrays are very useful for holding lists of values for certain scripts. For example; holding the id of each button that has been activated within a game. Once a button...
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Introduction: Hello and welcome to a tutorial on Object Oriented Programming, with code examples as opposed to theory. Ready the theory page Before starting this page make sure you have read and understand the theory page which can be found here . Instances The use of OOP is to have multiple instances of one class running at the same time, each with it's own variables and methods. For the...
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Introduction: Hello. This page will teach you how to use JFrames within Java. What is a JFrame? A JFrame is a Java component which is able to hold or contain multiple more components. The JFrame is the 'window' of the program (the outer part which has the re-size options, the minimize, maximize and close options as well as the title of the program and icon). Should I use a JFrame in my program?...
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Introduction: Welcome! This tutorial will teach you about how to create and use ArrayLists. What are ArrayLists? ArrayLists, normally referred to as just Arrays, is a type which can contain multiple items. For example; a shopping list could be referred to as an array or shopping items. ArrayLists must be made up of one type only. You are unable to mix and match different types within one...
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Introduction: This page will teach you about the For loop in Java. What is the for loop? The for loop is very useful in many programming languages. It is a simple way to re-run a certain script or part of code multiple times depending on integer values. How do I create a for loop? First you will need to decide five things to create your for loop: 1. The variable name, this will be the reference...

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