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    Quote Originally Posted by goldest View Post
    Hey funkygarzon,

    I don't know why but I am getting this feeling that you are running behind everything that is being offered to you. Well, I would suggest you to finalize one book and get started with it.

    We are here to suggest, if you don't like any of the books don't stay with it for a long time. Go for the books which suits your style of learning, instead of trying out everybody's suggestions.

    I was just surfing and found this link for java books review by java-world. Have a look at it, in case if you are interested.

    Hope that helps!

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    goldest buddy , thanks that you have taken time for giving me the best advice . As you said ,each and every one had their own style of understanding the concept of java language with some of books they came across , so those book suggested by them have helped them ,thats why they have suggested me books with love including you . so i am going to try all these books, no matter the times it takes ,but i need to get clear good knowledge buddy ...thanks for your nice and good advice

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    Ohh yes, absolutely. Even I believe in this fact that one book explains one concept better and other book explains other concept better. And for that same purpose only we need to find out which are the best books in the market. And thats why I sent across the link that reviews various best books available.

    Take your own time, as learning is not a 2 days job. And our ultimate goal is to learn Java in the right way.

    Best Of Luck... :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by funkygarzon View Post
    wooow buddy , will java API help me to understand core java concepts clearly?. If you can please give me link for the document for JAVA API ... thanks in advance Eranga ....:)
    Not the concepts, but it has all the specification to the Java.

    The following is the online version of it.

    Java Platform SE 6

    Best thing is download the offline version of it and attached with your IDE (most of the IDEs are capable of doing it)

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldest View Post
    Hey funkygarzon,

    I don't know why but I am getting this feeling that you are running behind everything that is being offered to you. Well, I would suggest you to finalize one book and get started with it.

    We are here to suggest, if you don't like any of the books don't stay with it for a long time. Go for the books which suits your style of learning, instead of trying out everybody's suggestions.

    I was just surfing and found this link for java books review by java-world. Have a look at it, in case if you are interested.

    Hope that helps!

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    In my experience, it's better to spend considerable amount of time for the preparation in a situation like this. But yes, not too much, should decide ourselves. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldest View Post
    Take your own time, as learning is not a 2 days job. And our ultimate goal is to learn Java in the right way.
    I agreed with you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldest View Post
    Ohh yes, absolutely. Even I believe in this fact that one book explains one concept better and other book explains other concept better. And for that same purpose only we need to find out which are the best books in the market. And thats why I sent across the link that reviews various best books available.

    Take your own time, as learning is not a 2 days job. And our ultimate goal is to learn Java in the right way.

    Best Of Luck... :D

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    thank you very much buddy :)

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    Not the concepts, but it has all the specification to the Java.

    The following is the online version of it.

    Java Platform SE 6

    Best thing is download the offline version of it and attached with your IDE (most of the IDEs are capable of doing it)
    thank you very much buddy , but now i haven 't started using IDE yet , i am just using the JDK 6 and programming in notepad and compiling it . so i thing it will take time for me to use IDE . Any way thanks for your wonderful help buddy . This forum really rocks with good helping people and i am so proud to be in part of it :)

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    Yeah, that's very good approach. Start with the command prompt and notepad. It'll help you a lot to learn basis. Later you can choose an IDE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eranga View Post
    Yeah, that's very good approach. Start with the command prompt and notepad. It'll help you a lot to learn basis. Later you can choose an IDE.
    thank you Eranga :)

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    You are welcome. :)

    If you are satisfied with the comments over this thread, please mark the thread solved then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eranga View Post

    If you are satisfied with the comments over this thread, please mark the thread solved then.
    Before closing down, let us know how your java things are going on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eranga View Post
    Respect to what?
    With respect to his overall java learning. Because this is the thread where it all started for him right from the book finalization n all...

    So just want to have an update about his journey so far, nothing else.

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    Unless something is not relevant to this thread, my suggestion it to start a new thread in appropriate sub-forum. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eranga View Post
    Unless something is not relevant to this thread, my suggestion it to start a new thread in appropriate sub-forum. :)
    Even that's also fine. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eranga View Post
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    If you are satisfied with the comments over this thread, please mark the thread solved then.
    yes i am very much satisfied Eranga :) and please i wanted to post my another request : please let me know some good books for " java jsp and servlet " sorry if i am asking too many request in the same thread :)


    Quote Originally Posted by goldest View Post
    With respect to his overall java learning. Because this is the thread where it all started for him right from the book finalization n all...

    So just want to have an update about his journey so far, nothing else.

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    of course buddy i am reading

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    MCGRAW HILL - Java 2 The Complete Reference 5Th Ed - Herbert Schildt - 2002
    it is so good with detailed discription and good normal english . thank you very much for suggesting this book buddy :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by funkygarzon View Post
    Java Code:
    MCGRAW HILL - Java 2 The Complete Reference 5Th Ed - Herbert Schildt - 2002
    it is so good with detailed discription and good normal english . thank you very much for suggesting this book buddy :)

    You are Welcome :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldest View Post

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    thank you goldest , if you can please suggest me some good books for "java jsp and servlet " ...thanks in advance :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by funkygarzon View Post
    Java Code:
    MCGRAW HILL - Java 2 The Complete Reference 5Th Ed - Herbert Schildt - 2002
    it is so good with detailed discription and good normal english . thank you very much for suggesting this book buddy :)
    I beg to differ: Schildt's books are only good in the fire place because they are a waste of trees. That author is only in it for the money: copying whatever Standard on the even pages while spewing nonsense of the other half. He played that trick with C and C++ and I'm sure he's trying to make money with the same trick using Java. He misses the nasty details of the language by miles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by funkygarzon View Post
    yes i am very much satisfied Eranga :) and please i wanted to post my another request : please let me know some good books for " java jsp and servlet " sorry if i am asking too many request in the same thread :)
    Since your questions are relevant to the original I don't mind that you keep asking in same thread.

    Regarding your question, for JSP and stuff I've Murach's Java Servlets and JSP (2nd Edition) book. Mainly that book covers related stuff on Tomcat server, then core of JSP and servlets, databases, cookies, sessions, JavaBeans and more importantly, MVC architecture.

    But I think it's better you are covered the basis of Java before this. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by JosAH View Post
    He misses the nasty details of the language by miles
    I agreed. A long time ago I found a book for C++ from the same author (I didn't remember the exact name of it, and I don't have a copy of it too) and most of the concepts stops somewhere in the darkness and have no clear picture for me.

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