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hey everyone I need your help. I am doing a report on java programming in a cts class. and I need to know who developed java, what java is (besides a programming language developed just for the net, ie.examples of it and what it does exactly) where it was developed and where it can be used, when it was develpoed and when it is used most often and why it was develpoed, I also need to know how it effects society and how it effects em but I think I have those two things under control if ANYONE knows where I can get this information please e-mail me at smoke420_@hotmail.com
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Almost any General Java book will cover most of that in the first chapter.
I suggest Just Java 2
 
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You might also want to try going to the source: http://java.sun.com
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