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Hi, everyone. I want to read a related book for beginners in Java.Which one can you recommend?
 
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An oldie but still a good one is "Head First Java".
 
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thanks my dear.
 
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Carey Brown wrote:An oldie but still a good one is "Head First Java".

can you send me this book really link?
 
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Not sure what you're asking. Here's a link if you're in the US:
Head First Java @ Amazon
 
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Carey Brown wrote:Not sure what you're asking. Here's a link if you're in the US:
Head First Java @ Amazon

I am from Azerbaijan thank you share this tools. What programming language do you learn?
 
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Hello,
Read basic concepts in different java related books. Visit tutorialspoint.com for basic concepts. On tutorialspoint.com concepts cleared in very easy language. You can understand very well in few time periods.
Also, visit spoj.com or codechef.com, there are lots of warmup problems and classical problems are available.
Try to select different problems on such kind of websites. And try to solve such problems in java.

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I hope this will help you
 
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Head First java is good. There are also a lot of free content online, YouTube Udemy has free courses as well
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I prefer to avoid free tutorials on YouTube, because I rarely find them to be any good.
 
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Hello!
From my point of view, these books can help you:
Introduction to Programming Using Java by David J. Eck: http://math.hws.edu/javanotes/index.html
Think Java: How to Think Like a Computer Scientist by Allen B. Downey and Chris Mayfield: https://greenteapress.com/wp/think-java-2e/
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