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Java Cookbook

Johannes de Jong
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Hi Mr. Darwin thanks for dropping in .
The Java Cookbook is a comprehensive collection of problems, solutions, and practical examples for anyone programming in Java
A general observation about the book. Just as with cooking a meal , with programming there are different "recipies" to solve a problem.
Surely there is room for a "Java CookBook II" when you find better "recipies".
Scott Matthews
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Joined: Jun 28, 2001
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Is there a 2nd book on the way?
Johannes de Jong
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Hey dont run to conculsions here , pse note the wording of my sentence Surely there is room for a "Java CookBook II" when you find better "recipies".

John Bateman
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Originally posted by Scott Matthews:
Is there a 2nd book on the way?

He just finished the FIRST one.. give the man a break!

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Monika Balogh
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Joined: Aug 28, 2001
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Is it released in the UK yet? I searched at amazom.co.uk but couldn't find it.
Ian Darwin
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Originally posted by Monika Balogh:
Is it released in the UK yet? I searched at amazom.co.uk but couldn't find it.

I did a search just now and found it on amazon.co.uk:
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Hope this helps you find a copy!

--Ian
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Ian Darwin,
Author of Java Cookbook: Solutions and Examples for Java Developers


Ian Darwin
Many questions are answered in my Java Cookbook, 2nd Edition
Ian Darwin
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Originally posted by John Bateman:
He just finished the FIRST one.. give the man a break!


Hey thanks, I appreciate the time off! :-)

There will probably be a second edition which will update some recipes, maybe cull a few that nobody's bakin' with anymore, and of course add a few new ones. Can't add too many, as we're already at 800 pages + 50 pp of index, though. Ideas on what to add are welcome via email (my first name at darwinsys.com); thanks.

It won't happen immediately, though. Sorry I can't be any more definite.
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Ian Darwin,
Author of Java Cookbook: Solutions and Examples for Java Developers
[This message has been edited by Ian Darwin (edited September 25, 2001).]
 
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