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Introduction: Welcome to your last tutorial on Operators. The Operators we will be learning about today are Type Comparison and Conditionals. What are Conditional Operators? Condition Operators are used within if statements are are used to determine if multiple conditions are true, to check if one OR another condition is true and the final Conditional Operators is a shorthand version of the if...
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Introduction: Welcome! This page will teach you about Equality and Relational Operators as well as the Assignment Operator. What is an Operator? Operators within Java are signs used to manipulate a variable. Depending on what type of Operator is in use will determine the outcome. What is an Equality and Relational Operator? Equality and Relational Operators are used to check if a variable is a...
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Introduction: Welcome, this tutorial will teach you about Constructors and Methods in Java. What is a 'Method'? A method is a block of script which performs for a purpose. The use of methods is to avoid re-writing the same scripts over and over again because instead, you are able to use the same method every time you need to run that particular script. Methods normally return a value once ran but...
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Introduction: Welcome to `Basic Syntax` for Java beginners. This tutorial will teach you the correct format your code should be in as well as what some syntax related errors mean and how they may occur. What is Syntax: Syntax is the arrangement or format of your code. The way your code is laid out will not generally affect the performance of your program. However, if you have some in-correct...
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Release: Since this is the twentieth part of the forum tutorial series and all the main aspects are covered, here is the full source code download for anything you've missed. Don't forget to share!
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That question is related to the recent announcement of United States of America President Barack Obama during the "Computer Science Education Week," as he said, young generation should learn how to code, as he believed that through learning in the hours of code, young ones could be able to help augment the scarcity of their society specifically in terms of its economic status, as he added, "If we...
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In order to break other's code, there are tips given by Nick Pettit which he set as an example for the Treehouse blog which made for those who aim to learn 3D programming in the browser as well as Testing a line in a Java script, Three.js According to the article at lifehacker , you will learn how to code by just simply breaking someone's code. An code example that uses three.js to create a light...
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As a coder/ programmer, you already know the importance of writing a clean code but have you ever thought why a clean code really matters? Well the points discussed below will not only give you a clear insight about the importance of clean code structure but you will also start writing your codes in a cleaner manner after this. You Are An Author You are not just a programmer but you are the...
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In programming world, when one code is written by a programmer, it is then reviewed by another programmer to find any bugs. This practice ensures that the ethical coding standards are used while writing a program and there is nothing wrong with the end product. However, many programmers find it difficult to review codes and that is because, they don’t have any set standards. We will give you a...
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An interesting news has emerged from Idaho where a local court ordered to seize the computer of a developer, who said in one of his statements that he likes hacking. This statement was not given by the developer to anyone or in the court but the same words were written on his website. The name of the developer is Corey Thuen and as per the order released by Idaho court last week, the computer of...

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