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Sybex OCA Java 8 Study Guide - Summary  RSS feed

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Hello everyone,

I am studying for the OCA examination. Having completed the book once, I am still failing at the practice exam questions. These are mainly due to certain exceptions to rules, or failing when multiple answers are possible. I was wondering if anyone has made a summary of the book that I could read, before needing to read the book for the second time. It would be greatly appreciated.

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I am not convinced a summary of the book will help you in your present situation. It may be possible to read sample pages on the publisher's or a booksellers's websites, but I suspect you will actually need the whole book. The sample pages will allow you to see whether you like this book, or whether you should consider a different book.
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