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".
Joined: Jun 28, 2001
Is there a 2nd book on the way?
Johannes de Jong
Joined: Jan 27, 2001
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".
Joined: Mar 09, 2000
Originally posted by Scott Matthews: Is there a 2nd book on the way?
He just finished the FIRST one.. give the man a break!
SOURCE CODE should be SURROUNDED by "code" tags.
Joined: Aug 28, 2001
Is it released in the UK yet? I searched at amazom.co.uk but couldn't find it.
Joined: Aug 03, 2001
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: <pre> Search Results for "java cookbook"
1 Java Cookbook ~Ian Darwin Usually dispatched within 24 hours O'Reilly UK Paperback - June 2001 Read more... Avg. Customer Rating: List Price: �31.95 Our Price: �25.56 You Save: �6.39 (20%) </pre>
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.