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i am new to the j2me but familer with the j2se and j2ee , can any body pleas guide me how to learn the j2me
please.
 
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Buy a book. Is the better way

The best I read was "Developing Scalable Series 40 Applications" (http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0321268636/mobileenterpr-20/)

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malli sunkara arjun sunkara wrote:i am new to the j2me but familer with the j2se and j2ee , can any body pleas guide me how to learn the j2me
please.




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