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Hi all,

I am a newbie and I have started learning Java from O reilly. Can anyone guide me any easiest book which can help me learn JAVA from Baby Steps.


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Donald Silverburgh wrote:Hi all,

I am a newbie and I have started learning Java from O reilly. Can anyone guide me any easiest book which can help me learn JAVA from Baby Steps.


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you can go with head first java book or you take Herbert schildt book
 
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Welcome to the Ranch

Get a used copy of “Head First Java” (2nd edition), not a new copy which will be more expensive. Sign up on Marcus Biel's website and see whether his book is any good. Some people who have used the Schildt book haven't spoken well of it.
 
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