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good day,
hey, i am searching for the book that will provide the OOP concept and its working knowledge in java. the profession ways of working like the use of getter and setter methods, packaging, etc. books that will help me to do my project on the food cafe management software in a bit professional touch..

thank you
 
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Hello,
if you have small experience in java, try this one - Core Java(TM) Horstmann, Cornel
 
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sabin ran wrote:the profession ways of working like the use of getter and setter methods, packaging, etc. books that will help me to do


Check out our Bunkhouse for different book reviews. Other than that, I would highly recommend both Effective Java and Clean Code. Hope it helps.
 
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