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Arun raghvan
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Can Someone give me a good website for learning java.io !! i'm a beginner.
Wouter Oet
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How about the oracle tutorials. It's updated to java 7 but it still contains the basic concepts. Please UseAMeaningfulSubjectLine next time.


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Arun raghvan
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Specify the website was meaningful Subject!
Wouter Oet
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I disagree. I didn't know what the topic was about when I clicked on it. In my opinion a better subject line would be "Looking for good java.io tutorial". Because then you don't need to read the topic to know the question.

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Andrew Monkhouse
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Arun raghvan wrote:Can Someone give me a good website for learning java.io !! i'm a beginner.

JavaRanch?

I tend to agree with Wouter - the subject of "specify the website" on it's own is very limited. Until I read the topic, I don't know what the website is. My initial reaction coming in was that you were probably reading a book and did not know the url of a site the author mentions. Seems I was completely wrong on that score.


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