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Hey friends,
Diz mght seem to b a sumwat wierd issue but it does poke inside my mind. The thing is dat y r collections been inserted into SCJP exam wen derz nothing in detail bout d coding or data structures in d exam objetive. Then why are collections being added to d exams. Its like getting 1 morething to learn ova rembereing so many things 4 d exam. Now d problem i face is if learn collections i get a kind of mind block wen i try to apply all other knowledge and face d vice versa too. So is der any easy way to rmr the collections objective in d exam?
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Anish Doshi
 
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The java.util package is second only to java.lang in importance. Joshua Bloch has been hailed for writing one of the easiest to learn collections packages in the industry. I am sure that if you apply yourself that you can learn it in a relatively short amount of time.
 
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Originally posted by Anish Doshi:
Diz mght seem to b a sumwat...


This is my opinion, but I would appreciate the use of proper English in this forum. If I have difficulty reading your post (and I did have difficulty reading yours), I will not respond to it. Using proper English helps everyone understand your posts and will increase your chances of getting a quality response. In addition, posts written in this format detract from the professional quality that we try to promote here on JavaRanch.
I think there is a time and place for such language, but this is certainly not it. You are under no time crunch to generate a post as fast as you can here at JavaRanch.
As I said, it is only my opinion, but, if you continue to post in this manner, don't expect a response from me.
 
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Hey everyone,
First of all thank you very much Author Doug Dunn for you reply. I think that would probably be the best way to get on with collections. I will try my best to get through collections.And also master it for future programming. And one more thing I have also downloaded the electronic version of your book. Thank you very much for that too.
Hi Corey. I am extremely sorry for writting in that way. And I assure you that I won't be writting in this manner. I would always keep your words in my mind. Thank you very much for guiding me.

Kind regards,
Anish Doshi.
 
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