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Hi,

the usual question here, sorry I could have searched but I thought this would be easier.

Can someone give me a few starting places to look at programming in Java??

I have good programming knowledge from VB, C++ to XML and FORTRAN.  I am just wanting to look into Java, I know the basic systax needed, and I can write OO so I suppose I have a start.  I am really ooking how to build an application including interfaces and DB connectivity, using JDBC i suppose???

Any help apprechiated.
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