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I asked the authors of the new Book "An Introduction to Software Construction with Java" to describe their book and both of them described it as being for beginning programmers.
Why is it in Java in General(Advanced)? I think by placing it there, the authors are being somewhat deprived of their audience. And if their true audience does post, doesn't that dilute the purpose of that forum? If not, perhaps the three forums of Java in General would be better to be combined?
Hoping to be enlightened
Paul R
 
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