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Hi all,

I know the basic concepts of java. Now I want to practise the concepts of Threads & Networking. Can anyone suggest me the good/simple material from where i can do practise on above mentioned topics.

Thanks in advance.
[ August 15, 2006: Message edited by: PrakashC ]
 
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Welcome to the Ranch.
Please look up the naming policy.

Please find the Java Tutorial, and look up threads. You ought to be looking at the Java tutorial all the time.

Please find any Java book of any size, and it ought to have a chapter about threading in it.
 
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Thanks for your sun site tutorial. There is no dough sun sight is one of the best site for java, but it takes lots of time to understand the each topic.

Infect I am looking for some short tutorial which can give me basic idea of this topic (threading & networking). After getting the basic idea I can directly implement in my project. No need for revolving round in long textbook or long tutorial. Just revolves round in project.
 
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The Sun tutorials are really pretty good. I recommend going through them when you hit a new topic. http://www.JavaAlmanac.com has many good short code samples (server not responding right now, is it still there?) but I still have to suggest the tutorial route first.
 
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Posted by PrakashC

short tutorial which can give me basic idea of this topic (threading & networking).

There's no such thing.


BTW: You will have to change your displayed name.
 
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