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hi,
which are the best book to learn java. i have head first java 2nd edition.
which is the latest one.
thanks
 
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That's an excellent book. I recommend using it even though it is old and then reading books to learn about the new features.

Java 5 - "The Developer's Handbook"
Java 7 - "Java 7 New Features"
Java 8 - "Java 8 for the Really Impatient"
 
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Alrighty then

thanks for the suggestion
 
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