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Java 2 Exam Cram 2nd Edition by Bill Brogden (The Coriolis Group)

 
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Second Edition is here and the title says it all. This book truly is an exam cram; do not expect to see anything new.
The chapter organization is similar to the larger, more detailed certification study manuals, making it a nice complement to any one of them. There are just enough details to refresh your memory. That in itself will help point out your weak areas. The review questions are good, but the second edition still has the annoying format of having the answer immediately after the question. The practice exam at the end was not quite as hard as I would have liked.
Overall, I think this title is a good buy if you are looking for a quick review of the exam topics.
(Matthew Phillips, Bartender, November 2001)
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