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    Hai Guys
    I am new to java but not to OOPS
    I am familiar with C++.

    Can u please suggest me a java tutorial which is good for a beginner with nice examples,code snippets etc.
    It can even be 2-3 months course also.(But for free ;))

    I visited The Java™ Tutorials but I personally feel its very good for reference.

    Await your valuable feedback.
    Have a nice day
    With regards
    Mani

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    In my experience Sun tutorial with the API is the perfect match to anyone. It explains each and every concept very clearly.

    Other than that I'm not aware of such nice materials on the web. If you could search on Google you can find a lot, but most of them are missing something in depth. Mostly focusing on one or two aspect of Java. Not like suns' tutorial.

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    Hai Thanks a lot for your suggestion.
    But can u send me some nice ebooks.
    Thanks a lot
    Have a nice day
    With regards
    Mani

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    I'm not sure that's good to discuss about sharing ebooks. Because some of them are copyrighted and could not share them.

    Sometime you could find free editions on the web.

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    The only freebie I can think of to recommned is Bruce Eckel's Thinking in Java (3rd Edition). It's out of date now, since it was written in 2002, but it might give you a start which you can then add to from the Oracle tutorials.

    Ultimately it's the tutorials you should go to since they are (generally) up to date.

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