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This is probably a redundant question, but apoxamitly how many pages does the book contains.

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Marzo,

The main body of the book is 238 pages long. Counting appendices, index, TOC, etc. it is 301 pages long. Long enough, but not too long, we think.

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I wanted to learn if this book learn Java?!
 
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Also, I wanted to learn if there any topic in the book related to Java Networking?! Thanks
 
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John,

This isn't really a good book to learn Java. It's designed for people who are already reasonably comfortable with Java. The level is about the same as Effective java.

Also there is no networking code in the book. It is restricted to the language and its core libraries (java.lang, java.util, java.io, and a bit of java.math for good measure).

Regards,

Josh & Neal
 
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