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HI ALL,
CAN ANYONE SUGGEST ME GOOD BOOKS FOR TAKING UP SCJP. IF ANY ONE OF U HAVE DIGITAL FORMAT OF ANY BOOK,PLEASE BE KIND ENUFF TO MAIL IT ACROSS TO ME.
 
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I consider "A programmer's giude to java certification" -- by Khalid Mughal the best and then "Complete Java Certification study guide" -- by RHE (BPB publication) as second. One should go thru both of them b4 appearing SCJP2, IMHO.....
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I agree with Ashik.
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You really need to buy at least one of the books mentioned above. You can go through the other in a local library/bookstore.
Also try to go through coreJava volume 1&2 which will give you a good perspective about different concepts.
"Thinking in Java" is also a good book.
Kishore.
 
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Java 2 by Walter Savitch is not a bad choice either.
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Pls tell me from where can i get SJCP detailed sysllabus .
Tx in advance
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I passed yesterday.
I used Exam Cram Java 2 by Bill Brogden more than any other book.
I also found the sample questions at http://sanjayahuja.tripod.com/
very helpful.
 
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