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How to learn Java

manjunath hasilkar

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I am new to JAVA and i dont know where to start which book is good to understand deep concepts please help as i already late to Java. I am new to OOPs also but good in C programming.
Mohamed Sanaulla
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"Head First Java" is the best book for beginners. Please SearchFirst as this is a very common query asked.

And welcome to JavaRanch!

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Campbell Ritchie

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Mohamed Sanaulla wrote: . . . this is a very common query asked.
Like here?
And welcome to JavaRanch!
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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