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Re: Java Recommendations for a Perl developer

by Anonymous Monk
on Jun 24, 2020 at 15:49 UTC ( #11118441=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Java Recommendations for a Perl developer

One strategy which consistently helps me when faced with an unfamiliar language or dialect is ... GitHub. On that site you can very quickly find debugged(?) source code in almost any language. Find things which do things that you already know how to do in Perl, check them out and compare them. While the languages are not directly comparable not at all, in this case the tasks being performed by each, are. And this can give you a handle on the new language, as well as the different ways that different programmers do the same things.
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Re^2: Java Recommendations for a Perl developer
by Anonymous Monk on Jun 24, 2020 at 15:50 UTC
    This also gives you an easy way to exercise the new SDK because here you have a program that is supposed to be error-free and which may also be accompanied by instructions as to how to build and run it. So, all you have to do is build and run it!

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