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Marcus Green
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I have the Perl Cookbook which is excellent (OK, OK, look I had to do Perl as part of my job, I didn't choose it), and I was looking at the Java Cookbook in a shop the other day and salivating. One of the things that stopped me buying it is that I seem to have about 60 Java books on the shelf so far, so it is starting to get to the point of unreasonable obsession.
Question for Ian, do you have a favorite/most useful recipe in the book?
Marcus
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