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Kotlin Program "Hello World" codded using Android Studio |Part-1|

Kotlin- Part 1


 This article describes how to compline Kotlin programming inside the Android Studio for beginners tutorial.


OS: Windows 10
Application: Android Studio


Kotlin is an alternative JVM programing language to create Android Application.

Most of the learners start learning Kotlin with IntelliJ and later start to work on Android Studio.

However, the learners can, from the beginning, learn this on Android studio.

In a small series of tutorials on Kotlin Programming, we introduced the tutorial to do a Kotlin Programming directly on Android Studio. In Part-1, we have a quick demonstration of running a "Hello World" program in the Android Studio application.

Kotlin Programming using Android Studio:

We welcome all our viewers to watch the video of the easy to use Kotlin programming to print "Hello World" into the Android Studio Terminal.

Some related questions:

What is IntelliJ?
Answer: IntelliJ is an Integrated Development Environment(IDE) software written in Java for making software. It was developed by Jetbrains(formally known as IntelliJ) in 2001 to Develop Java-based software with more sophistication; to learn more about IntelliJ history, please visit the Wiki link for IntelliJ.
What is Android Studio?

Android Studio is another IDE that is based upon IntelliJ and is specifically designed to create Android-based applications.
Wiki link to Android Studio.

What is Kotlin?

Java is a language that we still use to create as a preferred language to make Android applications. However, Jetbrains developed the programming language as an alternative to Java named it as Kotline, a new language buddle with more sophistication, ease, and it supports multiple platforms.
Wiki Link to Kotlin


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