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Hi guys,

Java in a Nutshell was always a good reference for me. I currently own the 6th edition but I've used older ones as well.

My question is:
Does the book contain enough new information so that an upgrade from 6th to 7th version is warranted? I realize that it covers Java 11, but besides that, has anything drastically changed in the book format?

cheers.
 
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