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Where to start learning Java for beginners?

 
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Hello everyone I am beginner and I want to learn java. Suggest me some resources from where I can learn from basics to advance level with proper examples.
 
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Hi,

the best in my opinion is follow an online tutorial step by step and then after a while start programming your own basic stuff in order to get more involved in the community, I like this tutorial

 
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Head First Java is one of the best books out there to learn Java in a better way. It really helps.
 
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I have found that this site is an excellent choice for beginners.

http://chortle.ccsu.edu/java5/index.html
 
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Fred Hamilton wrote:I have found that this site is an excellent choice for beginners.

http://chortle.ccsu.edu/java5/index.html

Miss out the section about applets. This site is good too.
 
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