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    Quote Originally Posted by funkygarzon View Post
    thank you goldest , if you can please suggest me some good books for "java jsp and servlet " ...thanks in advance :)
    I personally prefer to read Head first books. But considering your issue with them, I would like to suggest "SCWCD Exam Study Kit by Hanumant Deshmukh". The publisher is Manning, I believe. Though it is a exam study kit, it contains many good details for beginners as well.

    Give it a try if you are interested. But then again, don't jump so early on advanced Java. Make your basic stuff solid, then move over.

    Hope that helps,

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    Quote Originally Posted by JosAH View Post
    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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    thanks for your reply JosAH , i could not understand you properly buddy . Do you mean the concepts present in MCGRAW HILL - Java 2 The Complete Reference 5Th Ed - Herbert Schildt are not correct fully ? :(


    Quote Originally Posted by Eranga View Post
    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. :)
    thanks a lot for immediate reply about my request Eranga , let me try this Murach's Java Servlets and JSP (2nd Edition) book and will tell you soon .... thank you buddy :):)

    Quote Originally Posted by Eranga View Post
    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.
    But Eranga , To be frank with you , "MCGRAW HILL - Java 2 The Complete Reference 5Th Ed - Herbert Schildt - 2002 " this author clearly explains each and every concept which was doubt for me for long a time before reading this book . Is this book concepts not correct fully ? :confused:

    Quote Originally Posted by goldest View Post
    I personally prefer to read Head first books. But considering your issue with them, I would like to suggest "SCWCD Exam Study Kit by Hanumant Deshmukh". The publisher is Manning, I believe. Though it is a exam study kit, it contains many good details for beginners as well.

    Give it a try if you are interested. But then again, don't jump so early on advanced Java. Make your basic stuff solid, then move over.

    Hope that helps,

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    thanks again buddy , just now i downloaded this SCWCD - Exam Study Kit - 3rd Ed - Hanumant Deshmukh . so i will try this and will tell you soon Goldest .

    Quote Originally Posted by goldest View Post
    don't jump so early on advanced Java. Make your basic stuff solid, then move over.
    yes ofcourse buddy , i will not jump to the advance concept s now , but stilll wanted to know about it that's it :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by funkygarzon View Post
    But Eranga , To be frank with you , "MCGRAW HILL - Java 2 The Complete Reference 5Th Ed - Herbert Schildt - 2002 " this author clearly explains each and every concept which was doubt for me for long a time before reading this book . Is this book concepts not correct fully ? :confused:
    Of course it explain everything in details. But the reason is that everything is not necessary at all. May be I feel that because it's no my firs reference at that time. However if you have prior basis then you can manage which part you should look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eranga View Post
    Of course it explain everything in details. But the reason is that everything is not necessary at all. May be I feel that because it's no my firs reference at that time. However if you have prior basis then you can manage which part you should look.
    thank you Eranga , actually i am completely noob in programming ,so i wanted all the things in detailed manner and this book is clearly explaining all the concept in detailed manner and clears all my doubt . so please don't mistake me my friend :o .. thanks for your help :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eranga View Post
    Welcome to Java. :)

    So, if you are really looking for a book, them my suggestion is SAMs publications.
    I second that! I love their 24 hour books, I've got loads of them for all sorts (PHP/MySQL etc). Recently bought a Java one and it's helped me to no end!

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    Yes, 24 series have a better collection for most of the languages. I feel that they use examples really well, to explain the concepts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by funkygarzon View Post
    thank you Eranga , actually i am completely noob in programming ,so i wanted all the things in detailed manner and this book is clearly explaining all the concept in detailed manner and clears all my doubt . so please don't mistake me my friend :o .. thanks for your help :)

    Yes, if you don't have prior knowledge about Java then take a slow and steady start over it. Otherwise you may feel that Java is not a right choice for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eranga View Post

    Yes, if you don't have prior knowledge about Java then take a slow and steady start over it. Otherwise you may feel that Java is not a right choice for you.

    Yes of course Eranga , once upon a time i was like reading java directly from net article and felt so bad that i can't develop java skill , but this book really going all the things in deeper manner and helping me to clear all my doubt :)

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    My concern is that I think on the web it's really difficult to find comprehensive complete tutorial/article on Java. In that aspect, Suns' tutorial is well ahead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eranga View Post
    My concern is that I think on the web it's really difficult to find comprehensive complete tutorial/article on Java. In that aspect, Suns' tutorial is well ahead.

    oh thats great Eranga , now days i am visiting " Suns'(oracle) tutorial " daily for learning things buddy ...thanks for your nice info :):)

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