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I have a fair amount of knowledge and experience using C++ and I’d like to start using Java.  Can any one suggest some good books and websites devoted to programmers moving from C/C++ to Java?  I don’t need to be told again how an “if” statement or a “while” loop works, I just want the differences, the similarities and how to get going.
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