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Hi Everyone,

I am new to Java Programming Language.

Any tutorial or useful linkis will be appreciated,


Thanks,
 
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I recommend you a book that is best java book i found ever Head First Java E-BOOK.

 
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Welcome to Javaranch

Arpan Kumar wrote:useful linkis will be appreciated



www.javaranch.com

 
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Best book is:

Beginning java by Herbert Schildt
 
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Any book will do in my opinion.
 
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Jerome Qiao wrote:Any book will do in my opinion.

Disagree. Disagree a lot. You need to check
  • that the style of writing suits you,
  • that you can understand the book,
  • that it is up to date (there was, for example, a book called Teach Yourself Java which about 3 years ago still used JDK1.2 code).
  • and (at least in my opinion) that it teaches proper object-orientation.
  • There are many good books available, but some which fail on some of those points.
     
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    welcome to javaranch

    you can learn in roseindia.net
     
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    java tutorial

    First hit is Sun's own tutorial.
     
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    I'd agree with the Head First recommendation for somebody new to Java, it does a great job at anticipating questions and answering them without making you feel like an idiot
     
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    Good book:
    Thinking in Java

     
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    Read Sun's tutorials http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/ They are always up-to-date. You will not have to worry about books written for older versions of Java. I also think http://www.sharmanj.com/id2.html is a brilliant site for learning Java for a newbie.
     
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    Hi all,
    Good book will be Java Head First.
    It is good one and I suggest you to buy one because we can refer it always

     
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