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hai all,

i am BE graduate now learning java.i just want the basics of java to improve my programming skill(being a very bad programmer).i want some advices.

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Thinking in java 3rd Edition by Bruce Eckel, helped me a lot in starting with java. You can download the e-book from :

http://mindview.net/Books
 
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Sun provides a Java Tutorial that provides information to get started in many different aspects of Java. I suggest that you start with Your First Cup of Java. you should also get a decent text book. The founders of this site, Kathy Sierra and Bert Bates, have pubished a book entitled Head First Java which I've heard is very good. I learned Java with Core Java Volume 1 by Cay Horstman and Gary Cornell. You may find this book helpful if you already have a strong programming background with other languages.

Good luck in learning Java. I hope to see you around these message boards very often in the near future.

Layne
 
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