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I am learning java, but i can't get more materials because i am poor . so any one can send below to me ? thanks in advance ! not for saling . not for others just learning ! I think Sun and other will forgive me and You .
thanks .
SL-210 ,SL-265,SL-314,OO-226,SL-500,SL-330,SL-385,DTJ-360,FJ-310,SEM-SL-345
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There are lots of web resources.. why don't u use them instead....
http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/
http://java.sun.com/j2ee/tutorial/1_3-fcs/doc/J2eeTutorialTOC.html
 
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Another way to save money is to borrow those books from public library.
 
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