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Java SE 7 Programming Essentials - Use cases

paul nisset
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Hi Michael,
Does your book go into use cases for different classes?
For example when it might be more appropriate to use a HashMap as opposed to an ArrayList in the Collections framework.
Thanks,
Paul
Michael Ernest
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Hi Paul -

The book is more "essential" than that. It's a newbie book, not a practitioner's guide for better living through Java.

Regards,

Michael


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