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Book on Java?

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Which book on Java is really good for beginner and a good reference for
advanced user?

Tnx
Jul 17 '05 #1
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I have found a book named "Thinking in Java", written by Bruce Eckel, to be
one of the best intro books to JAVA, and object-oriented design in general I
have come across. It is even made available online for free. I believe
this link will get you there http://www.mindview.net/Books/TIJ/ . Check it
out.
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Which book on Java is really good for beginner and a good reference for
advanced user?

Tnx


Jul 17 '05 #2

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I use "Java - How To Program, 5th ed". It uses small programs and applets as
examples, but also contains in-depth information that you can continue to
reference as your knowledge grows.

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Tnx

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