A Complicated Set of Java Problems

I decided to start my major as a computer science student, and the first class that I’ve been taking is one focused on Java. It started out pretty easy, with us doing simple stuff like printing short statements and making programs that display numbers. Now things are a bit more difficult, and I’ve had to get Java assignment help from a website, because even though I’ve been asking the teacher for help, I’ve still been confused. I really hate it when I can’t understand something, and then when I try to write a program, I only get a bunch of error messages from the compiler.

For a recent assignment that our teacher made, we had to write a program that would create a window and have a circle moving around in it. This sounded simple enough at first, as I had seen an example in my text book about how to make a window. All I needed to do was figure out how make the circle that moved around. I tried some code, but it didn’t compile. I looked at the code for any errors, like missing brackets and semi colons, and corrected those, but I still couldn’t get the code to compile.

After going to the website for Java help, I figured out what I was doing wrong and changed my code. The program compiled and when I ran it, I had produced the window with the circle moving around. Although I had conquered that one obstacle, I knew that there would be more to come, and I questioned whether or not I would be willing to put up with more of these difficult assignments over the next few years to pursue my major. I guess nothing in life comes easy, and if you really want something, you have to work for it.