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Java book for beginner

 
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Can anyone please recommend a good book for studying programming in Java for beginners.

And if you can please give me advice how to improve my programming

I am studying it by myself and i have a lot logical bugs in my programs.

How did you improve???


Thank you in advance!!!=)
 
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There have been lot of similar queries before, please search in the forum. Also check out the bunkhouse for lots of book reviews.
 
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the first book i read on java was Bruce Eckel's Thinking in Java back in 2000. there is a 4th edition out now. you can even still get it free in PDF format
 
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Randall Twede wrote: . . . Thinking in Java . . . 4th edition out now. you can even still get it free in PDF format

Where? I have only ever seen the 3rd edition available free.
 
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You can study HEAD FIRST JAVA its nice one for beginner
 
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Anissa Pary wrote:How did you improve???


Who says I have?

However, the best advice I can give you is:
1. Enjoy it.
2. Don't expect everything to happen at once.
3. Practise, practise, practise.
This site has a lot of useful tips too.

Oh, and
4. Get a copy of Effective Java as soon as you think you're ready (or maybe even sooner). It's more of an intermediate book, but has a lot of great tips, even if you don't understand them all at the moment. You also don't have to read it from cover to cover, because it's arranged in topics.

HIH

Winston
 
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Winston Gutkowski wrote:
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4. Get a copy of Effective Java as soon as you think you're ready (or maybe even sooner). It's more of an intermediate book, but has a lot of great tips, even if you don't understand them all at the moment. You also don't have to read it from cover to cover, because it's arranged in topics.

HIH

Winston


+1 Gem of a book.
 
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Where? I have only ever seen the 3rd edition available free.


that is probably a mistake on my part. i got a free PDF version and just assumed it was the 4th edition
 
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