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For those who don't know,

The first edition of the Java Pocket Guide was translated to German:
http://shop.oreilly.com/product/9783897215467.do

And I was notified that Portuguese and Russian versions of the book may also be in the works.

-- Robert
 
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I tried to see Polish version.
Is there something wrong with my browser or is the encoding on oreilly.com site broken?


 
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Unless you have the same browser as me, it is the encoding. I tried Unicode (default on Firefox) and two versions of central European and no luck.
 
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Thank you, I let the publisher know of this issue. -- Robert
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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