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To get good understanding of Threads Can I start with Threads JLS? Then refer RHE book then work on some examples?
Please suggest me any one.
 
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I would read JLS last. My first choice would be Thinking in Java By Bruce Eckel. Lately, I am reading Ivor Hortons Beginning Java 1.4. An excellent book. So good that I am reading the topic I already knew. It gave a fresh perspective. Finally, "you can not beat the experience" write short programs on Thread. I found that JLS is good as a reference type resource but not as a learning tool. That is personal opinion...
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Hi Suresh, try this and this first. Horton's Beginning Java is also a good book, IMHO.
 
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Hey Anthony:
This might sound stupid but you do refer to by IMHO....
[ September 18, 2002: Message edited by: Barkat Mardhani ]
 
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It just means In My Humble Opinion
 
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