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Justin Fox
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is there an advanced java, because this will be my second semester in

java, and i will have gone through the whole book. I'm sure there is

advanced programming, but is it way different? or just more in-depth of the

basic principles ive already used?

i've learned about arrays,inheritance,polymorphism,searching and

sorting,recusion...and soon to be, stacks,trees, and stuff like that...

thx for the posts..

justin
 
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There is always something else to learn.
BTW, you were asked by mark in one of your earlier posts to change your display name. Our naming policy requires real (or at least real-sounding) names. If you are going to claim your name is "Monk", don't sign your posts "justin"
 
Edwin Dalorzo
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Take a look at the Java Class Library API

There are topics there enough to keep us all very occupied for a long time.

Think about it, what packages do you already master?

I started with Java like a year ago. I spent most of my first year mastering the java.lang and java.util packages. There a lot of things there.

Then I jumped to java.text, java.io and java.net. Then like a month ago I decided to brush up on the new toys in Tiger, like the java.util.concurrent and the new collection classes.

Now I plan to work on java.nio and java.rmi in the next months. I am trying to master all the API possibly related to SCJD exam.

Set yourself a goal, and go for it.

You will need to learn many new things.

Take a look at Safari, that's helped me a lot.

Regards,
Edwin Dalorzo.
[ April 14, 2006: Message edited by: Edwin Dalorzo ]
 
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