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Just wrote my SCJP exam, i want to begin studying the J2ME platform, please i need your advise on good resource material, where to download the J2ME development kit
 
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hi
please visit here for more details about J2ME
http://netbeans.org/

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Actually, the definitive J2ME SDK is available from java.sun.com. Not all of us use Netbeans, you know! Some of us even do IDE-independent/nondependent work.

J2ME is a bit different from the standard Java, however, often device vendors will provide their own SDKs, complete with some sort of IDE (and/or IDE plugins), custom libraries, and other tools. So it's always a good idea if you're developing for a specific device to check out the developer programs from the manufacturer and the carrier.
 
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please advise on the text book to start with....
 
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Check out java.sun.com. You should find some references, as well as tutorials, examples, and so forth.
 
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Hi,

You can use J2ME Complete Refrence. Its a very good book to start with J2ME.
 
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