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It is strongly advised to download the first two links to your computer. The first link downloads Sun's Java Tutorial which is an almost mandatory read if you want to get started properly. Having the tutorial available locally can be a convenience even if you're offline.

The second link contains the API documentation of all the publicly available classes that come with the Java distribution. Without it you can't properly develop any software at all; software development isn't a guessing game.

The next links give you the details of several aspects of the Java language and its implementation. One day you'll need them. They're here for your convenience.

Before you want to ask a question in this forum check out the abundance of available documentation first. Oh, and while we're very willing to help you when you're stuck, we don't do your homework for you. If you ask any such question we'll refer you to this document.

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Aug 15 '08 #1
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