982607 wrote:The best way is to learn from the compiler. Try to compile your code and look at the errors that come up. Those error messages will teach you a lot about Java including indicating what you need to change to make your code work. Only post if you get stuck with a particular error and in that case post the error message and line of code reported by the error.
I am newbie to java and all i want to make is a address book to add, delete, next, previous conacts with name and phoneNumber. Hoping for your help
982607 wrote:Okay, but that's not an argument for anything. Lots of people want to use the fact that they're "new" to something as a reason to trigger people to act as teachers towards them. But all you're saying is "I'm new and I need to be doing lots of studying".
thanks for your concern i have modified it now!! I am newbie to java
and all i want to make is a address book to add, delete, next, previous conacts with name and phoneNumber.Excellent! Having a learning project is an incredibly efficient way to learn as you're working towards something in stead of just trying to learn random knowledge.
Hoping for your helpYou'll have to be more specific. What kind of help do you need that you can't get by doing research. What do you already know? Where are you stuck? If you don't know much of anything about Java yet, so you don't even know the basics of the language, then a good book is your first stop and not the internet.