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Hi guys, i am back with my V instructable on Android programming. I know very well that android is easy to learn and about 65% of people know how to program for android. But this instructable for those 35% :D. If you have any ideas, opinions or anything related to this ible, please comment it in the comment section.

In my dad's college there is gathering in which a two day workshop of android programming taken place. It is only for the college students but I requested and I got a chance to learn the android programming! I enjoyed very much. They've teached me four programs but here I am only teaching you one. Other three are advanced and I am going to describe that three programs in my next ibles. Okay, enough talk, let's make it.

Step 1: Downloading.

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Requirements:

1. You need the java JDK, because we do 90% of coding in Java, 5% in XML and 5% in C. Link: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/index.html

2.You need ADT (Android Development Toolkit) in which we code, it is made up of eclipse. Link: http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html

After downloading, extract it and install it.

 
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azharz (author)  gargshruti992 years ago
Thank you very much for seeing my instructable.
When I open eclipse it tells me that the "javaw.exe is not in my current PATH" how do I fix this.
azharz (author)  StephensAlex972 years ago
First check that you have the latest JDK. If you have the JDK then - Go to C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.7.0_02\bin (This is the default path)
. Copy this path and go to system settings from control panel. Click on Advanced System Settings -> then go to environment variables -> Click on new and in the field variable name type path and then paste that path you have copied in the variable value with semi colon in last like this C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.7.0_02\bin; and Click OK. Hope this works for you.