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more or core?

 
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is core servlets and jsp by marty hall engouh? do u still need more if you have core? thanks
 
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Sounds like Dr. Suess is on the loose.
If you have Core do you need More. I play golf and yell fore.
I haven't read either, but More is more up to date. So if you already have Core, and feel it has given you enough knowledge that all you have left to learn is newer stuff, or that you know some of the new stuff, I'd stay with Core. Otherwise for those just starting out, go for More.

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Ye dil mangey more...
 
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