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Hello
While going thru the book some chapters are like repeating the thing againg n again. I get extremely get bogged down to some topics. Should i scroll the topics just having an eye ??
Can some1 tell me which chapters should be studied in detail and emphasized on.
 
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Originally posted by Ammar Fakhruddin:
Hello
While going thru the book some chapters are like repeating the thing againg n again. I get extremely get bogged down to some topics. Should i scroll the topics just having an eye ??
Can some1 tell me which chapters should be studied in detail and emphasized on.


Which book are u talking about? Pls read thread http://www.javaranch.com/ubb/Forum9/HTML/000557.html and see you could help me out.

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I am talking about 1998 edition.
Are their any major differences b/w those two, according to exams point of view?? One more thing, does any1 know website regarding this book?
 
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