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Hai Guys,

           I just begins to learn Java. I didn't have much problem in learninig the OOP concepts in Java.

           What i wants is u guys have to suggest me some good Websites and Books on Learning Java(ie Applets , RMI , Swing etc).

                           Bye
                           Skr
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by:objects
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Suns Java tutorial is a good place to start.
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by:rhariss
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Hi
  www.javaranch.com is a good site for java programmers.

Hari haran.
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by:mraible
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How I learned was I set my sites on Sun's Java Programmer Certification.  There's books on Amazon for this.  These books are great for explaining most JDK concepts of Java. There should be a 1.4 version coming out shortly - I took the beta exam a month ago.
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I like the Sun's tutorials:
http://developer.java.sun.com/developer/infodocs/#tutorials

and reading JavaWorld articles is great too.

CJ
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by:jdaues
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I've gotten a lot of use from the Special Edition Using Java from Que
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Hi,

I recommend Bruce Eckel's Free Electronic Book: Thinking in Java.  You can find this at http://www.mindview.net/Books/TIJ.


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by:rahul_ashish
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other books are:

1. A Complete reference to Java 1.2 by Herbert Schildz and Patrick Naughton (McGraw Hill Pub.)

2. Java 1.2 Unleashed.

3. Dittel & Dittel Java Programming.

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