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MP PJ
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Hello everybody,

I read Maha Anna's website. TO begin Java study, she mentions to download Java1.2 SDk and Java Api. But when i clicked on the site it directed me to some J2EE 1.4 download. I am confused and don't know how do i proceed with the free download. ( On the website it says i need to buy, which obviously I don't wish to do so ). Please reply as soon as possbile as I wish to start with my studies immediately.
 
Jas Oberai
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Hi,
Go to http://www.java.sun.com ,and from there you can download java1.5(or j2se)..this is the latest version available...hope this helps..
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Layne Lund
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Or you can go directly to this link to begin your download.

Layne
 
MP PJ
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Hi jas oberai,

thnaks for the info but the sun java site is tooo big with a lot of information. if you can give me the specific page link, i think it will help me a lot better.

thanks
 
Layne Lund
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Originally posted by MP PJ:
Hi jas oberai,

thnaks for the info but the sun java site is tooo big with a lot of information. if you can give me the specific page link, i think it will help me a lot better.

thanks


Did you read my post? It has the specific link. You can also get there from the link that jas obarai gave by looking at the Popular Downloads section on the right side.

You definitely should become familiar with Sun's website because it has a lot of great resources for learning and programming Java. In particular, you should bookmark the Java API documentation and learn to navigate it. You may also find the
Java Tutorial very handy when you want to learn what classes are available in the standard API.

Layne
[ May 03, 2005: Message edited by: Layne Lund ]
 
MP PJ
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Hi Layne Lund,

Thank you for ur response. I just downloaded the contents from the specific link/page after reading your respons. Thank you very much.
 
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