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A new programming language for teaching Java Free Stuff

Abstract

This article presents a new programming language called J.T.W. for the sole purpose of making it easier to learn to program in Java. The acronym J.T.W. stands for Java Training Wheels. The name Java Training Wheels was the outcome of an email conversation with Dr. Richard Stallman, the President of the Free Software Foundation and founder of the GNU Project, creator of GNU Emacs, the GNU Compiler Collection and the GNU Debugger, which ultimately resulted in the GNU/Linux operating system. The J.T.W. language has a similar syntax to Delphi, Pascal, BASIC and JavaScript and therefore learning J.T.W. before or while learning Java provides a less steep learning curve than learning Java from scratch. For many reasons you might even prefer to program in J.T.W. rather than Java.

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Java Training Wheels has been accepted by Richard Stallman into the GNU Project's repository of free software. Henceforth my language will be known by the slightly longer name GNU Java Training Wheels. Click here for tutorials about using the J.T.W language. You can view the front and back cover of my book by clicking on the image on the right of this paragraph. You can view the actual text of the book by clicking here.

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| Political Activism | Bob Dylan Quotes+ | My Life Story | Smoking Cessation | Other Links |
| Debugging Macros | String Class I | Linked List System I | Java for C Programmers | Naming Convention |
| String Class II | How I use m4 | Strings III | Symmetrical I/O | Linked Lists II |
| Run-Time Type Info | Virtual Methods | An Array System | Science & Religion | Submodes |
| Nested Packages | Memory Leaks | Garbage Collection | Internet & Poverty | What is Knowledge? |
| Limits of Evolution | Emacs Additions | Function Plotter | Romantic Love | The Next Big Thing |
| Science Fiction | Faster Compilation | Theory of Morality | Elisp Scoping | Elisp Advice |
| S.O.G.M. Pattern | Safe Properties | School Bullying | Charisma Control | Life and Death |
| Splitting Java | Multiple Ctors | Religious Beliefs | Conversation 1 | Conversation 2 |
| J.T.W. Language | Emacs Additions II | Build Counter | Relation Plotter | Lisp++ Language |
| Memory Leaks II | Super Constructors | CRUD Implementation | Order a Website Form | There Is An Afterlife |
| More Occam's Razor | C to Java Translator | Theory of Morality II
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