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i want to be a sun certified java programmer. i'm not a beginner. i couldn't choose which book i have to read for studying!! a programmer's guide for java certification, in this site, it says that that's a book for the programmers of other language. is it possible for me, pr i choose complete study guide?
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Check out the Book Reviews Section of Java Ranch. I used the first one listed there, by Mughal and Rasmussen and really liked it. I, like you, wasn't a beginning programmer when I picked it up and I found it very useful.
Best of luck,
Corey
 
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