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TheXFactor117's Tutorials (1.7 and 1.8)


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These are not my tutorials, they are TheXFactor117's.

 

This guy deserves way more popularity. Currently the only people who know his tutorials are people visiting MCF. He, considers that the viewer of the tutorials might not be super familiar with Java, and explains what happens in the code.

 

I, personally, still recommend checking out some basic Java tutorials.

are my personal favourites.

 

The guy's currently inactive due to school and too many projects, one of them I've recently started helping. Still, support is usually provided by me and someone else called UberAffe, who may see this thread.

 

These are the tutorials.

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