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    Look i do a java programmeing module at the moment it's learning the basics but soon I will have a advanced project. I struggle to know how you plan the pseudo code for programmes. Aswell as how you can learn/know what code to use.

    Any tips will be appreciated thanks. As every tutrial I have to resort in looking at the solutions and working backwards. What's the best way of learning java?

    Thanks again
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    (Original post by Billybob2)
    Hi
    Look i do a java programmeing module at the moment it's learning the basics but soon I will have a advanced project. I struggle to know how you plan the pseudo code for programmes. Aswell as how you can learn/know what code to use.

    Any tips will be appreciated thanks. As every tutrial I have to resort in looking at the solutions and working backwards. What's the best way of learning java?

    Thanks again
    Really pseudocoding is just the logical representation of the code.. So there's really no right way to do it.. Of course some ways are far easier and look better!

    If I were you take a look into doing diagrammatic representation of the program then move on to pseudocode then on to java

    Good thing about Java is that a lot of the coding is just reuse.. Look at some pre-made java files and work from there.. modify them to do something different and you'll soon see how it works
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    Thanks very much for taking your time replying, that's really useful advice. I will have to try that method of using diagrammatic representation


    (Original post by Kuroki)
    Really pseudocoding is just the logical representation of the code.. So there's really no right way to do it.. Of course some ways are far easier and look better!

    If I were you take a look into doing diagrammatic representation of the program then move on to pseudocode then on to java

    Good thing about Java is that a lot of the coding is just reuse.. Look at some pre-made java files and work from there.. modify them to do something different and you'll soon see how it works
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    Learning what bit of code to use comes with experience, practice and familiarity. Don't be afraid to experiment a little bit and see what happens.
 
 
 
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