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Thanks for publishing the book. I really like Head First series. I had read Head First Java (2nd edition) when I started to learn Java. That book taught me lots of things. My question for this new edition of Head First Java is that, Java 17 all new features are present in the book?

Thanks in advance
 
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We do a quick intro to records, but we don't really cover other Java 17 features.
 
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I like records as a simple way (?syntactic sugar?) of creating immutable objects.
 
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