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Hi frieds i know the same question is being asked again and again but i would appreciate if i get a personalised experience as in through this thread i can get my doubts cleared by the fellow members of this group
btw i must say am impressed by the way people help out here so cheers to everybody
my first question is what all do i need to study before i appear for my scja
since i am from india i would appreicate if someone could tell me the exact books i need to go through
also camerons study guide aint available in india??
is there any other study guide that i could study from thats available in india

please help me!!
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Hello, take this for studying:

- Head First Java 2nd Edition
- J2EE Tutorial 1.4
- UML Distilled 3rd Edition
- UML for the Java Associate
- Section 2.6 of the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition Specification, v1.4
- J2ME Datasheet

Good luck!

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