I've never heard of using s.o.p for System.out.println. Does that work?
Also retern is not keyword of Java, you meant return.
Did you try to run this? Errors?
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Welcome aboard Akshay,
It means that you don't need to escape the string. Look at this example for the string : "c:\new folder"
"c:\new folder" equals: C: ew foler Why? Beacuse \n means what the <return> key does @"c:\new folder" equals: c:\new folder because of the content of your string will be taken literally
I took a look, read some. I keep thinking about AndroidStudio.
Yes, it's a little buggy, but it totally works. It's just, for me, like one of those old TVs or Radios that needed you to smack it every know and then to recalibrate, lol.
But my current experience with visual studio is absolutely positive, of course I am good to deal with the memory overuse, the Java process growth, etc. You just need to get to handle those little inefficient areas concerning the testing.
I don't think you need Math knowledge beyond the basics for being a programmer. You do need general knowledge of mathematics as a tool to know when you need one Math concept into your program, then you can choose between deepen in that specific mater, or into translate formulas into algorithms, which is pretty much it. If you can read Math enough as for translating it to code, then you don't need the specific knowledge.
Of course if you are to program things derivative from Math, like encryption, well, the more you know the better.
About making a controller for a game, it sounds interesting, because you'll have to work hard on the timing, and the response speed. I think working on it could teach you a lot.
On the other hand, I thought you had a practical use in mind, home security specifically. For example your home PC sends a warning, let's say motion detection somewhere, and you have a menu of actions to do, like sounding an alarm, or playing some "movement in the house" audio, etc.
I wish you luck in finding help, since it's not a super easy thing to do. Are you going to live your PC working all night? You won't be able to use it (unless you have a second monitor) while the program is working.
Every capture takes the navigation to complete, the video to load, and the 18 seconds video run. I dare say, on good conditions, you could take 2 snapshots per minute, which is not very fast.
I think the programmer you are looking for works on C# or Java, commands the WebBroser objects, and knows about screen capture.