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Re: [PLUG] Re: Java reference for non-pro programmers
I'll second that. Bruce Eckel's book is really good in both the online and
dead tree version. It's a long one, though (1098pp).
There's also a CD-ROM version of the book with audio from his Java seminar,
which I haven't checked out.
At 11:06 AM 5/5/00 -0400, you wrote:
I am by no means an experienced Java Programmer, but I am currently
java myself and I really enjoy a book called "Thinking in Java" by Bruce
It not only teaches java syntax but also the thought behind what you are
learning. The best part is that it is free. You can download 1st and 2nd
editions of the book from the following site in PDF form.
or you can go to -
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