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    Im a new Java user with absolutely no clue about java. No idea about c or c#. Which book is the most recommended for java and is there any book having lots of examples on programming so that i can practise java programmes from it Help!

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    Thank you, but I cannot access it, as it shows the message : Your user account may not have sufficient privileges to access this page. Are you trying to edit someone else's post, access administrative features or some other privileged system?
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    Can you please name the books or else I will wait. Thanks again

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    Helping beginners get started. Sunde's Blog
    This one is slightly outdated, but still works. Head first java is one of the best beginner books.

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    I recommend Head First Java also, I am reading it right now and it is by far the best book to start with in my opinion. Also google is your friend, whenever you have a question about something in Java make sure you ask google. Many times I have found a solution to my problem in google much faster than if I had waited for someone to respond in the forums.
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    I recommend you to read The Complete Reference Java
    is the best book for beginner.

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