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PLease Help me


Joined: Mar 31, 2001
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I am start the java now, I want to please help me, give the right suggestion for the success, and also send me the java source code sites,
and a person who are want to share the knowledge of java who plz help to give me the more knowledge.

Muh@mm@d D@wood Aj@z.
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There is source available at
and at
However you can search this site for a specific topic and almost always find code relating to it. See the little link under the Post Reply button at the top of the page. You can search just this forum, or all of the forums (that takes some time).

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sanjays samadder

Joined: Mar 30, 2001
Posts: 24
books i can suggest are
complete reference by patrik naughton
thinking in java by bruce ekel and
the best is java tutorials which is avilable at the sun site
or in many cds that come along with IT magazines
regards sanjay
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