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    hi i jus started a java course but need u guy help it wat to practice or which sites to read to learn more and i wanna do c++ too
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    I would recommend two books....Deitel book and Java- A beginner's guide by Schildt
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    The Sun forums is the best place to learn JAVA.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kevon View Post
    I would recommend two books....Deitel book and Java- A beginner's guide by Schildt
    yeah the deitel books are very good. i remember using some earlier editions back in the days for c++
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    Here are some resources I find very useful. The Java ones I use very regularly; especially the API .Haven't done C++ in a while.

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    http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/
    http://java.sun.com/javase/6/docs/api/

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    http://www.cplusplus.com/doc/tutorial/
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    Java is open source so u can get all your help online without having to purchase books. especially sun.
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    read lots of code but often reading ahead of your teach is not a good thing

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    I read alot of codes to get a better understanding of java and also watch videos on youtube.com, reading: java for dummies
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    Forget about reading books. My advice is to search for a guy called bucky on Youtube.

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    Quote Originally Posted by owen View Post
    read lots of code but often reading ahead of your teach is not a good thing
    I am always reading ahead of my teacher. Works well.
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