Need Java & access 2000 help.

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  1. Bill Crosthwait

    Bill Crosthwait Second Unit

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    Hey everyone, I desperately need help with Microsoft Java++ 6.0. My text book for class is worthless and my professor is even more worthless (refuses to help..cause "in the real world there is no help". The only programming language I some what know is VB 6.0. What books or websites do you guys recommend for a novice Java programer? Also I just started to learn access 2000. I have never worked with a database before, so this is new to me. If someone can direct me to any books or websites, that discuss in detail about queries, macros, SQL. Please help. Thanks
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    I don't know boo about MSJava, but I'm a self taught database hobbyist. Here are some resources for SQL type stuff:
    Microsoft intro to Access 2000 http://support.microsoft.com/support.../Q234/2/08.ASP
    Info about MySQL; should be applicable to SQL in general: http://www.devshed.com/Server_Side/MySQL/ http://www.devshed.com/Server_Side/MySQL/Speak http://www.devshed.com/Server_Side/MySQL/Normal
    Advanced; I suggest you tuck it away for later. http://www.devshed.com/Server_Side/MySQL/MySQLWiz/print
    Hope that helps.
     
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    Wow. You really do have a terrible professor. That is not true, in the least! Geez...
    I don't know of any MS Java books (I believe they only support a sub-set of 1.17 or something...) The best general Java books are 'Core Java'(Volume I and II) from Sun Microsystems Press. Pretty much every Java programmer owns them (or at least the more technical Vol2).. Including myself. [​IMG]
     

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