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Re: over the rainbow Sunday, 27-Jun-1999 18:57:36 *** bleep *** writes: heya Humph! (ed. I get called a lot of things.) u make alota work for a lizard; after checking all yours I only duplicated Sluuuuuuuuurp and JavaTutorial...heres some more to add to your list to send in; get to work now Humph! (ed. I get ordered around a lot, too.) (ed. You might see my footprints all around here. ed. means Editor. I'm Erl.)
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Ask the javaPro forum: http://www.inquiry.com/techtips/java_pro/ (ed. This is also known as DevX. Java Zone, Java Pro magazine, JavaBeans Zone, Java How To ...) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The Java Tutorial: http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/index.html Getting started page includes: "If you don't own a Java development environment, you might want to download the Java Development Kit (JDK). The JDK provides a compiler you can use to compile all kinds of Java programs. It also provides an interpreter you can use to run Java applications. To run Java applets, you can use the JDK Applet Viewer or any Java-compatible Web browser, such as the HotJava browser." (ed. Has a Dog's Tooth Badge, if you are collecting. What's the cute name again, Duke? Here, Duke! Here, Duke!) The Hello World application: http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/getStarted/application/index.html (ed. This whole site is Moma setting out apple pie. Good place to hang out under the table and get a bite of everything. Here's the door: The Java(tm) Tutorial "A practical guide for programmers with hundreds of complete, working examples. The tutorial is organized into trails -- groups of lessons on a particular subject." See, "trails!" We came to the right place! ) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Brewing Java: A Tutorial Copyright 1995-1998 Elliotte Rusty Harold email@example.com Last-modified: 1998/09/07 URL: http://metalab.unc.edu/javafaq/javatutorial.html "This tutorial has grown into a book called The Java Developer's Resource... The examples and exercises from that book are also online here and may be of use, even if you don't buy the book (though of course I hope you do)." "For more details about the JDR see the JDR page." http://metalab.unc.edu/javafaq/books/jdr/ (ed. I like this guy. He's friendly, and generous.) java FAQS page: http://metalab.unc.edu/javafaq/javafaq.html (ed. There's more facts here than you can shake a stick at. Including 1.1 Where did Java come from. This is the FAQ for the newsgroups: comp.lang.java.programmer, comp.lang.java.softwaretools, comp.lang.java.gui, comp.lang.java.help, alt.www.hotjava The front door is at Cafe au Lait.) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Java programming Resources: http://www.apl.jhu.edu/~hall/java/ Cgi programming in java etc: Free Java Tools: http://www.apl.jhu.edu/~hall/java/#Free-Java-Programming-Tools Faqs: http://www.apl.jhu.edu/~hall/java/FAQs-and-Tutorials.html (ed. Marty Hall is another one who has collected good links to Java, for a book and a course. Has some links in Spanish!) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Professor Sullivan's Learning Java Page http://www.cs.virginia.edu/~sullivan/Java2.html (ed. If you didn't like my introduction to Java, take this one!) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Acme labs http://www.acme.com/java/ Source for java technology http://java.sun.com/docs/index.html http://www.cs.virginia.edu/~sullivan/Java2.html (ed. "Welcome to the ACME Java mines!" See! everybody links back to Sun, and so does Prof. Sullivan! See also his section: "The Unfolding Java Security Wars.") ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The Source for java Technology: http://www.inquiry.com/techtips/java_pro/ (ed. Dev.x has a Java Zone, JavaBeans Zone, Java Pro Magazine, and a download library. This link pops up "Ask the Java Pro.") ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
now don't start that ISP stalking technique stuff; PS; please continue to insert URLs into your messages as this time I understood 80% of your post...:)heh EOT (ed. I think I've got him spotted, don't you? Who else is such a nice guy, to just suspect you're teasing him, and still let you get by with it.) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Welp, wag your lucky Tail. Snuff, snuff, snuff, snuff... I think we got a noseful. ("nose (noz), n. [Me.; AS. nosu (akin to OFris. nosi), orig. a dual, meaning "the two nostrils"... So Nancy R. was going to say, "Just say nose," but she had one nostril plugged up... what did she have up in there?) Oh. Give the nice man back his Java Links. Let's get out of here! See you on our next page of Beagles guide to Java: the links, page 2.