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Hi.

Is(are) there a good book on the Java Development Kit or a good Website, something that's up to date?

Webmonkey.Com comes to mind, but I'd prefer a really good book if someone knows of one.

Jim
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www.javalobby.com recently made a copy of a book on 1.4 available as a pdf.
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goto to the sun site...adn download white papers..that will give enough idea .......about the versions and the improvements.

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Where at Sun can I download JDK1.4? I couldn't find it there.

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Thank you again objects.
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