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hi 2 all delhites.....

kaushik kaushik
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Joined: Jul 06, 2005
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kindly tell me about the testing centres & potential institutes for learning java in delhi(institutes dat deal in java only).please share ur views relating them wid ur past xperiences
Steve Morrow
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Joined: May 22, 2003
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Please make the extra effort to write out words such as "that", "your", "with", and "experiences". The extra keystrokes won't cost much in the way of time, and the enhanced clarity will be appreciated by those communicating on a forum with international readership.
Nicholas Cheung
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kaushik kaushik,

Your name violates the Naming Policy of Javaranch. You can change it at Your Profile.

Nick


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Raghu Shree
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Hi Kaushik,
Check this following sites http://securereg3.prometric.com/ and www.2test.com.


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