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Asanka Karunarathne
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what is the best e book for me as a new comer for java
Mohamed Sanaulla
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Ab Karunaratne wrote:what is the best e book for me as a new comer for java


Head First Java is the best Book for Java Beginners- Lot of us have used that book and benefited from its style of presentation. Also you can check out the BunkHouse-Beginning Java for other books reviewed by JavaRanch.

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Bala jee
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Hi Ab Karunaratne,

Im also new to java can we decide and learn as a group so we can learn faster. Please suggest.
Bobby Smallman
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Head First Java is the best Book for Java Beginners- Lot of us have used that book and benefited from its style of presentation. Also you can check out the BunkHouse-Beginning Java for other books reviewed by JavaRanch.


Seconded. Head First Java is a great starting place for Java Beginners.


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Wouter Oet
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Also you can look at our bunkhouse to view books for beginners (here).


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