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Gagan Sabharwal
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I am new to the concept of Multithreaded programming in Java.
I needed a comprehensive book and some free ebooks 2 go for it.

Kindly suggest some.
 
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I'm not aware of any free ebooks dedicated to threading. I would have a look at the tutorials on the Sun site to get started.

Dave
 
Naveen Pramod
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The most comprehensive book in Java about concurrent programming is
"Concurrent Programming in Java: Design principles and patterns". There is no free e-book of this available. However, there is a sample chapter from this superb book available online:

http://www.informit.com/articles/article.asp?p=31539&rl=1

If you are a newbie this is not the one for you.

I dont mean to offend but just out of curiosity, is there any reason for lookin for a FREE e-book, money besides?

I was thrilled to see Henry Wong as the moderator for this section of the forum, I like your book, Henry, great job, thank you.

Naveen.
 
Gagan Sabharwal
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u got it....i am a poor man..

But business minded
 
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Originally posted by Gagan Sabharwal:
u got it....i am a poor man..

But business minded


The Java Threads Tutorial from Sun should be enough to get you started. You probably won't need more until your first large program -- and by then, you'll probably be a professional developer who can expense the books...

Originally posted by Naveen Pramod:
I like your book, Henry, great job, thank you.


Thanks, Naveen.

Henry
[ February 14, 2007: Message edited by: Henry Wong ]
 
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