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JDBC Workbook No 3?

 
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What is the difference between a textbook, a tutorial book, and a workbook?
 
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I can only speak for my workbook, but it's a sequential workbook, which basically maps to a learning-path full with exercises. I.e. you cannot just "read" the book, you have to work your way through the book, copy code, finish exercises, etc. Along the way you are getting the needed theory/explanations.
 
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Thank you; that book sounds good
 
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