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Hi,
Thanks a lot for the information. I am sorry if this question has been asked before. In that case, a link to the post would be very helpful.
Is this edition going to be a combination of the previous topics and the new ones introduced in Java7? What would be the approximate percentage of new contents, if yes.
Just wanted to know more before I get the book.
Thanks a lot in advance..!

Cheers,
Nitin
 
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Hi Nitin,

Well the Oracle objectives are our guide. The book follows the objectives. I'd say that the book is about 25% new topics, but they tend to be hard topics like concurrent and JDBC.
 
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Wow.!! I am honoured with your reply...
Thanks a lot for the information. Looking forward to get a copy very soon.

Cheers,
Nitin
 
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