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? Thank you. Bye. Kind Regards, Anish Doshi
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...
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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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