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Anthony Long
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I am a complete newbie and I have just started a course in Java programming. I have received coursework but too be honest the terminology used is like double dutch. My question to you is: Would your book be able to help someone who doesn't understand the full language understand it more? Or should I just stick to Origami and put up with the paper cuts??

 
ankur rathi
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Hey Anthony,

My suggestion is read some good books and one day you will love Java. I would recommend 'Head First Java' for you.
 
Anthony Long
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I have read some books on Java but I found the most helpful to be a book called "Java made simple" but it did not go into enough detail it scratched on the surface. I will just soldier on with my course and hopefully be able to master the language. Oh and I do love JAVA as i have seen it's capabilities and i am impressed with it which is why i chose to learn it over C++/VB Scripts which were the other courses i could've chosen.
 
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