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Java Programming cookbook is not for beginners?

Raghavan Muthu
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Joined: Apr 20, 2006
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Hi Herb,

As by looking at the TOC, the very core part of Java like Abstract classes, Interfaces, OOPS concepts, bits-and-pieces of JVM and the way they deal are NOT covered.

Good to see that you have covered enough of Applets,Swings, Servlets as well and a bit of Web (HTTP Connection).

This book seems to be for intermediate-to-experienced level programmers. So this is not a Single book for covering most of the required aspects. Only after going through any of the 2 books "The Java Complete Reference" and "Java The Beginner's Guide", the novice users can go ahead with this particular book?


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