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best book for thinkin in java

 
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can you tel me the good author name for thinking in java book
and latest version also...........
 
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Radha Krishnna wrote:can you tel me the good author name for thinking in java book
and latest version also...........

I didn't get your question. It sounds like "tell me a 'good' author for Harry Potter books"

Well, there's only one author for Thinking in Java book (Bruce Eckel). The latest version - you can find it on any online bookstore like Amazon.com

I hope this helps.
 
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Anayonkar Shivalkar wrote:
Radha Krishnna wrote:can you tel me the good author name for thinking in java book
and latest version also...........

I didn't get your question. It sounds like "tell me a 'good' author for Harry Potter books"

Well, there's only one author for Thinking in Java book (Bruce Eckel). The latest version - you can find it on any online bookstore like Amazon.com

I hope this helps.


If you search for Thinking in Java then there are many books available with the same name. He wanted to know the name of the author whose Book is famous and as you told it is Bruce Eckel.
 
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Oh... I didn't know that (that there are many books named Thinking in Java).

Sorry for that smiley... I didn't mean any offense.
 
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Anayonkar Shivalkar wrote:Oh... I didn't know that (that there are many books named Thinking in Java).

Sorry for that smiley... I didn't mean any offense.


No need to say sorry!! I didn't meant to make you feel sorry. Just wanted you to know that there are other TiJs as well but the best is by Bruce Eckel (rather I should say I have read only that book )
 
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