Learning Java

hello to whom it may concern
i am a very keen programmer and i wanted to extend my programming knowledge to java so how should i start with learning java and please name any reference sites and books to which i can refer to during my course of study and secondly i want to shift to J2ME so when will be the appropriate time be?
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Giant2Connect With a Mentor Commented:
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Giant2Commented:
The main reference is the Java Sun Site.
On the market there are many book about Java2.
Thinking in Java (is the most used by beginner).
Java in 21 days (is one other).
and so on.
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Giant2Commented:
here you can find the first book I told you.
http://www.codeguru.com/java/tij/
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Giant2Commented:
for Java in 21 days, here:
http://newdata.box.sk/bx/java/httoc.html
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Giant2Commented:
Thanks.
Happy to help you.

Giant.
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sultansaadatAuthor Commented:
no problem i appreciate your help can i have your email address if that is of hotmail or yahoo
or a service that has a messenger do that i can personally forward you queries
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Giant2Commented:
>i can personally forward you queries

I believe this is out of the royalties of ExpertExchange.
EE is done for share the knowledge about Computer Science.
I have an hotmail account (if I remember well, it's on my site or on my profile), but if you use it for your queries, the knowledge of the EE Community doesn't go on.

I suggest you to use the EE Community to post your queries, so many (and not only 1) Experts could help you.

Bye, Giant.
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