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I have read only 5 chapters of the book so far and it is boring as compared to Head First series books. I am thinking of using the material in the book to keep my interest in it. Any one who has done that or has an idea. How can I use the data in the book. Till now it pretty much is what methods this object has and what methods that object has?
. I am afraid, I am not really getting it.
 
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I personally don't like books which simply list methods, but I haven't read that book. I couldn't design a good website to save my life!

I shall try duplicating this post in the WCD forum.
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