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Salima Lalani
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Hi ,
Which book is best for studying java.lang, java.awt, java.util and java.io from JCP perspective.?
Thanks in advance
 
zarina mohammad
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check it out at JavaRanch bunk house
 
Dave Vick
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happylucky
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As for your question, there aren't any certification books that cover just those topics specifically but all certification books will cover them. Check out the following:
certification books
You can also do a search at the bottom of the page to find previous posts where they are discussed.
 
Venkatesh Gowri
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The Complete reference and the Book and The Complete Java 2 Certification Study Guide
by Simon Roberts are sufficient to understand concepts.
If u are a beginner I would say start wityh complete reference and then proceed to the other books.This is how i am able to understand and get a good grasp of the Concepts.
Good Luck
 
Anthony Villanueva
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Barkat Mardhani
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Hi Salima:
One of the book that is not mentioned in this thread is THINKING IN JAVA by Bruce Eckel. This
is an excellent book on Java and it is free.
I am reading it cover to cover.
Thanks
Barkat
 
Barkat Mardhani
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Hi Guys:
Is there any reason why THINKING IN JAVA by Bruce
Eckel not mentioned in the JAVA BUNK HOUSE at
JavaRanch....
Thanks
Barkat
 
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