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Java 7 : A Beginner's tutorial. Who needs it?

 
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is it for those with knowledge of Java(any version) or for absolute beginners in java or for anyone ? What is it inside the book that makes it special or a must read?
 
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Hi Harsha,

It's for absolute beginners. I answered a similar question at length here:

https://coderanch.com/t/558782/java/java/Beginner-Tutorial-where-start

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Budi Kurniawan
 
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