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Hi there. I need to know where I can get resources to study Java, Python creeps me out.

MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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it creeps you out in what sense? i mean if u find it hard, many ppl here can help u resolve ur questions.
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well,you could start with a book,as tutorials don't always cut it.But because there are so many teaching styles,then i suggest you to try more books and then stick with the one you're comfortable with. Here's a website where you can find books on Java : http://www.wowebook.be/category/java/ Scroll through them.Download the ones you think you could work with. Test each one and then pick one,or more..... I hope this helps ! But if you have any other questions please message me and i will do my best to help you !

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If you cannot find the book Java For Those Creeped Out By Python at Barnes and Noble, Showmedo has peer produced video tutorials and screencasts for for Free Open Source Software go to showmedo.com/videotutorials/.

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