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Can you recommend any books for hands on Java training?

 
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As the title suggets, any books out there that teach practical java programming?

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Lots.

This has been discussed here recently: thread 1, 2 3 4. Also go to Bunkhouse Books and look for beginner's books.
 
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Hi Waria Ahmed
I think you can visit website: http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/ and study.
 
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hi...

there are a lots of books you can follow.
you can try "Head First Java" - by Kathy,nutsheel by o'reilly, Helbert Schield etc.
 
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