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i/o and File handling

ravi manik

Joined: Jul 01, 2010
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hi.. im a newbie in java.. i have started studying i/o and file handling, i just want to know from which book should i start and what all topics should i cover in it.

i ve a book: Beggining java 2. from Wrox press is it good or should i study from sun tutorials. Im really confused about this topic.. please help..
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Either is probably fine. You want to make sure you know how to read/write a file of course. Also, if your book is old, supplement it with online materials for the Scanner class introduced in Java 5.

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