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I used to find difficulty in creating Ojects it self during the iniyial Java learnig period
On a very glance of the first chapter,I just could find a miraculous way of handling the Ojects
that made me surprised.This book will in a long way be very useful .My hatsoff to the invention
While I am yet to reach this stage as a Java Enthusiist i strongly recommend to all our Ranch persond
My Best wishes and my thanks
posted 8 months ago
CRMK: please explain more, and please post that as a new thread otherwise you will have no chance of winning the book.
Thanks for your response.the first chapter itself clearly pointing the essentials of creating the most important item viz the OBJECTS
and that too the same is being done in way of 37 steps without any flaw/bug in the so made objects,thanks to jsva programming
if i for example try this.it would be a hard task .the author tries to inculcate the all the features of the objects that is why he
calls it primer to star with
thats how my comprehesion made me to write
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