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Hi, I was thinking about refreshing my knowledge of Java from basic concepts to advanced stuff.
I am considenring Core Java by Cay Horstmann I & II or reading tutorials from site: journaldev.com
I remember that I read about how Strings work in Java (Srting Pool etc) and it was well explained.
Anyone had experience with both? What would you recommend? I've seen posts around here from author of the book, maybe he could share his point of view too.
 
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I'd recommend Cay's book. A book can go into more detail than online tutorials
 
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