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Talking [Q] how and where do i learn JAVA and XML for android development?

Can someone give me the link or a guide?
ps: i do not know any programming languages other than C
 
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Can someone give me the link or a guide?
ps: i do not know any programming languages other than C
YouTube is full of good tutorial videos.
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Go to YouTube and watch tutorials or learn it from oracle site

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could u give me link to oracle guides?
I'm confused where to start
 
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could u give me link to oracle guides?
I'm confused where to start
Do you have experience in OO programming otherwise start with this tutorial: http://www.ntu.edu.sg/home/ehchua/pr...OOPBasics.html assuming that you are able to do basic operations like assigning values to variables etc. otherwise start with a basic java tut on google.

For a really basic start you could use something like ConTEXT: http://www.contexteditor.org/downloads/ . After installing a java sdk and adding the java/bin folder to your path (environment) variable you can set up Context to compile and run your opened java files.

I myself quickly switched to Eclipse: http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/pac...pers/keplersr1 . This has many more features like auto-complete/suggestions etc. If you want to create apps for the android dalvik platform you can download the ADT plugin for eclipse: http://developer.android.com/sdk/ins...lling-adt.html . From there you can download the android sdk and start using the android build platform.
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