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hi
now that i completed my scjp today could anybody tell me which books are best for learning advance java.
thanks
~naren
 
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First I'd take a course in how to ask questions.
The first lesson of that course should involve an explanation of why it's important to figure out what the correct place to ask your questions actually is.
 
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