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Zafar Ali
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Hi Every one.
plz guide me too i have many books for study
1) Java 2 Ivor Horton
2) Java2 by Herbert Shildt
3) Reference by Khalid Azim Mughal
4) Reference book by Symon Robert
(currently i am using Khalid but hard for understanding)
and a lot of Questions (approx 1600 Qs but have no practice on that) for SCJP which i collect from the different sites and friends. i am preparing from last 8 months (not regularly) and now after this long period at this stage i feel myself at 20% understand accordnig to SCJP Objectives. why my brain not accept easily like others.
I am Java aspirent realy i am very feel my self badfortune... some time i cry and want to left this field and but when i look in surrounding to my friends my conscience tell me that "If they can why you can't"?
Why my programming Logic is Zero and i forget everything after few days which i completely study ..
Plz give me some tips for this purpose as i already told to you that i am circumspect and give approx 10 hours daily to my other college subjects which are link with Programmng language i mean doing Beachelar in Computer Science inspite of this i am not satisfy.
Can i prepair my self for the exam to August.
Which book is suitable for me
How can i improve term LOGIC.
I have a lot of materials that Sun notes too, Marckus notes, and several Tutorials and have also SCJP objective which i read regularly. can thease provide help me in real exam.
if exta tips and hints are required plz provide me i shall be much obliged to you for this favour..
Thanx. :roll:
 
Jamal Hasanov
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You can find review of books in Marcus Green's website:
http://www.jchq.net/bookreviews/jcertbooks.htm
Jamal Hasanov
www.j-think.com
 
Travis Benning
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if your having a bad time just understanding or remembering Java concepts, check out "Learn Java 2 in 24 hours" or "Learn Java 2 in 21 days". They won't be enough to get you certified, but it is a wonderful book for beginners. It sets you in stages.
Hope this helps,
Travis B.
 
Zafar Ali
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Thank you Mr Travis Benning
I have search these material and now reading
thank you once again.
 
Keith Sherratt
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In my experience, any programming knowledge will quickly filter out of your brain unless you back up your theoretical study with practical assignments.
Learn a JAVA concept (inheritence for example) and then write some programs that implement the feature of the language. After any form of theoretical study you need to "use it or lose it".
Best of luck.
 
Zafar Ali
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Hello Keith Sherratt
Thanx for your nice guidence i will try on this and hope i will fight and win the battlefield of java soon...
and hope you all provide me nice guidence like this..
take care
 
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