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which book is better for geting the basics?

 
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hi everyone i would like to know which book would be better to first get understanding of java, i already know, but from the examination point of view. is the completer reference for java good enough to get the concepts very well? then i can start off with katy and bert book for exams? pleases i would like to know your suggestions.
thanking you in advance.
 
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Hi

Its always good to start with headfirst java...to learn basics.
Then U could move on to K & B - For SCJP.


Thanks
Praveen SP
 
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