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# Ebook O'Reilly - Java Data Access JDBC, JNDI, and JAXP
# (Ebook - Pdf - Java) O'Reilly - J2Me In A Nutshell - Decrypted
# (ebook) - O'Reilly - Java IO
# (eBook) JavaServer Pages - Examples (O'Reilly)
# (ebook) O'Reilly - Java 3d Programming
# (ebook) o'reilly - java network programming 2ed
# (ebook-pdf) - O'Reilly - Java NIO
# (O'Reilly) - Java Performance Tuning
# (O'Reilly) - Learning Wireless Java
# Addison Wesley A Programmers Guide To Java Certification 2nd Edition
# DOM Scripting Web Design with JavaScript and the Document Object
# ebook O'Reilly Java Cookbook
# eBook-html - Java Reference Library by O'Reilly
# IBM Redbook - Java 2 Network Security pdf
# Introduction To Java Programming by Ted Bown
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In comp.lang.javascript message <1140f98e-0db2-41c2-9beb-43ce34250ef7@y1>, Wed, 14 May 2008 19:19:00, Laurynn
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# Ebook O'Reilly - Java Data Access JDBC, JNDI, and JAXP
A good Java book would, early on, indicate that JavaScript and Java are
substantially different. Therefore either you have not read it or it is
not a good book. Perhaps you wrote it.

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