Java Syntax

Java Syntax

The Java Syntax quest was developed at the secret CodeGym center. It consists of 10 levels devoted to the fundamentals of the Java language. It can be mastered even by someone who has never programmed before. You will learn about classes, objects, methods, and variables. You will study basic data types, arrays, conditional statements, and loops. Take a quick look at collections and OOP basics (a serious study of these topics will begin in Quest 4), and start working in IntelliJ IDEA, a popular development environment used by programmers all over the world!

But most importantly, you will complete a lot of tasks. Tasks play a central role at CodeGym. And virtual mentors will help you deal with mistakes (Your solutions are checked instantly).

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月辉 范Level 1 , Ganzhou
8 October, 04:56
My English very pool
Casey JonesLevel 1 , Bhusawal
8 September, 16:59
What I teach is not art, it is science. I find weakness and turn it into strength, I find fat and turn it into muscle, I find blisters and turn then into canker sores, I find doubt and turn it into will. I'm gonna go take a shit.
Robert ConstantinescuLevel 5 , Bucharest
8 September, 05:14
Hello, good luck completing the level
2 September, 20:53
hii
Kamran KhanLevel 1 , Peshawar
31 August, 15:20
hi
Ravi ShankarLevel 0
28 August, 23:14
Hi
LaloLevel 2 , Madrid
28 August, 06:03
Hi all
MilanLevel 0 , Novi Sad
25 August, 22:37
Hello, greetings from Serbia
14 August, 21:57
nom nom
Hemanth kLevel 1 , India
13 August, 17:10
Hello..Level 2 to 10 are paid?
Alesha RayLevel 14 , Austin
1 September, 13:42
Yes but they are worth it. I am a student at a University and believe that I've learned more here then there and I graduate soon.
fifi dengLevel 8 , Paris
19 September, 15:19
Hello, if i buy a premium ,can i jump Level0 and level 1 and go straight to level 2 oor not?because j have learned this knowledge in level0 and level1
AlexLevel 41
20 September, 12:59
Please contact support with this question.