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apurv verma
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ACTUALLY I HAVE DONE JAVA AT SCHOOL LEVEL.i AM A FIRST YEAR STUDENT STUDENT OF B.TECH IN C.S. CAN YOU PROVIDE ME WITH A STEP BY STEP PROCEDURE BY WHICH I CAN LEARN ADVANCED JAVA.IN THIS REGARD AT PRESENT CAN U PROVIDE ME SOME PROBLEMS INVOLVING BASIC CONCEPTS YET WHICH ARE THOUGHT PROVOKING OR ANY GOOD SOURCE FROM WHERE I CAN GET QUESTIONS TO TRY OUT
 
Campbell Ritchie
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Welcome to JavaRanch

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Charles Lyons
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To answer your question, buy one or more recommended books and go from there.
 
Peter Lawrey
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You can start with the following.
Sun's Java Tutorials
If you understand those comfortably, I suggest you should reading and contributing to open source projects.
Teach yourself programming in ten years
 
With a little knowledge, a cast iron skillet is non-stick and lasts a lifetime.
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