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best book for java

harsh garg
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i read so many books regarding java like Complete Reference,Head First Java etc.Can you suggest me more books for java.
Mark Spritzler

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Moving this to the Java In General forum.


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camilo lopes
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Deitel is one good option too!

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Joanne Neal

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Tried any of these ?

vaibhav mishra
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If you have read so much

go for advanced java stuff

JSP etc.,

for more books

core java vol.1 and 2 is a good choice

Campbell Ritchie

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Originally posted by vaibhav mishra:
. . . core java vol.1 and 2 is a good choice
Do you mean Horstmann and Cornell?
vaibhav mishra
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Amit Ghorpade

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Looks like you want to dive deep
then you should definitely think of The Java Programming language by James Gosling, Ken Arnold (Yes the creators of Java)
Thinking in Java by Bruce Eckel is another good option.

Hope this helps

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