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hello everybody,

i intend to prepare for SCJD. i cud not find the reading materials page much helpful. can you all please give me inputs as to which all books and other resources i must collect to prepare for the exam. i am working on J2EE, hence i am not aware of good core java basics and design patterns etc. kindly guide me accordingly.
 
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Originally posted by kriti sharma:
hello everybody,

i intend to prepare for SCJD. i cud not find the reading materials page much helpful. can you all please give me inputs as to which all books and other resources i must collect to prepare for the exam. i am working on J2EE, hence i am not aware of good core java basics and design patterns etc. kindly guide me accordingly.



Get a copy of "The Sun Certified Java Developer Exam with J2SE 1.4" by Habibi, Patterson and Camerlengo, frequently refered to on this forum as "Max's book". It covers topics such as Swing, threading, and RMI. Its example project is worth loading off the net, you need the book to download it.
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