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Coding at the Lowest Level - Coding Patterns for Java Beginners

@inproceedings{Bergin2001CodingAT,
  title={Coding at the Lowest Level - Coding Patterns for Java Beginners},
  author={J. Bergin},
  booktitle={EuroPLoP},
  year={2001}
}
  • J. Bergin
  • Published in EuroPLoP 2001
  • Computer Science
  • Beginners who are learning programming make many mistakes. This is because they have little experience and don't always get good guidance. If they look at a lot of programs we hope they will emulate the style, but they don't always do this, and they don't always see programs that should be emulated in any case. This is an attempt to provide advice to novices learning Java. Not everything here is Java specific, however. 

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