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Core Java Good resources

 
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Hello Ranchers, Would wish to know any good resources for Core Java
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The book by that name by Horstmann and Cornell.
 
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There are lots and really lots of book on core Java,Please do share some code(Java) of your's,on which you had worked recently.
So that we can suggest apt book for you.
 
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