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    Lou Guest

    Java book

    I am learning Java. Who can tell me which Java books are best ones? Thanks
    in advance.

  2. #2
    Mohan Guest

    Re: Java book

    "Lou" <> wrote:
    >I am learning Java. Who can tell me which Java books are best ones? Thanks
    >in advance

    CORE Java 2 seems to be very good book. David Reily's is a good online source.
    Bruce Eckel's "Thinking in Java" is another excellent, though lil advanced,
    book. I have that book in PDF format. Anyone interested ? Write me at

    Good Luck Learning Java


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    Java books

    Application Development with VisualAge for Java Enterprise --

    Bleeding at the Keyboard A Guide to Modern Programming with Java --

    Concurrent Programming Using Java --

    Inside the Java Virtual Machine --

    Interface Design: Best Practices in Object-Oriented API Design in Java --

    Introduction to Computer Science Using Java --

    Java Application Development for CICS --

    Java Data Structures, 2nd Edition --

    Java Design Pattern: A Tutorial --

    Java Developer''s Reference --

    Java Expert Solutions --

    Java Platform Performance: Strategies and Tactics --

    Java Thin Client Systems with VisualAge Generator --

    Java Virtual Machine Specification --

    Post Your Comments and new links at online forum --

    Practical Artificial Intelligence Programming in Java --

    Principles of Object-Oriented Programming in Java --

    Processing XML with Java --

    Securing Java --

    Thinking in Patterns with Java --

    Tricks of Java Programming Gurus --

    Java Foundation Classes in a Nutshell --

    EJB (Enterprise Java Beans) Tutorial --

    J2EE Servlet Essentials --

    The Java Web Services Tutorial --

    Cooking with Beans in the Enterprise --

    Core Servlets and JavaServer Pages --

    Designing Enterprise Applications with J2EE --

    Developer''s Guide to Understanding Enterprise JavaBeans --

    EJB Design Patterns, by Floyd Marinescu. (PDF) --

    Enterprise Java Beans, an Introduction --

    Enterprise JavaBeans --

    Factoring JavaBeans in the Enterprise --

    J2EE and XML Development --

    J2EE BluePrints --

    J2EE Developer''s Guide --

    J2EE Technology in Practice --

    Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans, 2nd Edition, by Ed Roman --

    Post Your Comments and new links at online forum --

    Presenting JavaBeans --

    Servlet Essentials --

    Servlets and JavaServer Pages (JSP): A Tutorial --

    The J2EE Tutorial --

    The J2EE(TM) 1.4 Tutorial --

    The Java Enterprise CD Bookshelf --

    The Java Web Services Tutorial --

    Working with Java and XML --

    Enterprise Java Beans --

    Java Enterprise in a Nutshell --

    EJB Development for VisualAge For JAVA for websphere Application Server --

    Enterprise Java Development Using VisualAge For Java --

    BEA WebLogic Server 8.1 Unleashed --

    Teach Yourself BEA WebLogic Server 7.0 in 21 Days --

    BEA WebLogic Server Bible --

    A Java GUI Programmer's Primer --

    Creating a GUI with JFC/Swing --

    Evaluating Java for Game Development --

    Internet Game Programming with Java in 21 Days --

    Java 3D API Specification --

    Java 3D API Tutorial --

    Java Swing --

    Java2D: An Introduction and Tutorial --

    JFC Unleashed --

    Programming User Interfaces with JFC --

    Swing: A Quick Tutorial for AWT Programmers --

    The Java Look and Feel --

    Java AWT Reference --

    Up to Speed with Swing - 2nd Edition --

    330 Java Tips --

    Advanced Programming for the Java 2 Platform --

    Bleeding at the Keyboard: A Guide to Modern Programming with Java --

    Brewing Java: A Tutorial --

    Data Structures and Algorithms with Object-Oriented Design Patterns in Java --

    Essentials of the Java Programming, Part 1 --

    Essentials of the Java Programming, Part 2 --

    Exploring Java, 2nd Edition --

    Introduction to Programming Using Java --

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    java books2

    Java 1.2 Unleashed --

    Java 2 Platform Power Reference --

    Java by Examples --

    Java Code Conventions --

    Java Fundamental Classes Reference --

    Java in a Nutshell, 2nd Edition --

    Java Language Reference --

    Java Language Specification --

    Java Lecture Notes --

    Java Unleashed --

    Java, an Object First Approach --

    JDK 1.4 Tutorial --

    Objects and Java --

    Peter Norton's Guide to Java Programming --

    Sun Certified Java Programmer Pre-Exam Essentials --

    Teach Yourself Java 1.1 Programming in 24 Hours --

    Teach Yourself Java in 21 Days --

    The Java Language Environment --

    The Java Reference Library CD Bookshelf --

    The Java Tutorial --

    The Official Gamelan Java Directory --

    Thinking in Java, by Bruce Eckel, 1st Edition --

    Thinking in Java, by Bruce Eckel, 3rd Ed. --

    Using Java 1.1, 3rd Edition --

    Using Java, 2nd Edition --

    Effective Java Programming Language Guide --

    Designing and Writing Java Action Games for Small Devices --

    J2ME In a Nutshell --

    Java Programming for Wireless Devices Code Camp --

    Java Wireless Game Development --

    MIDP 2.0 (JSR 118) --

    Understanding J2ME Application Models --

    Using the Java APIs for Bluetooth Wireless Technology --

    Using WebSphere Studio Device Developer to Build Embedded Java Applications --

    Wireless Application Programming with J2ME and Bluetooth --

    J2ME Java in small things --

    J2ME Step by step --

    Learning Wireless Java --

    Developing Intranet Applications with Java --

    Getting Started with JDBC API --

    Jan Newmarch''s Guide to JINI Technologies --

    Java Message Service (JMS) Tutorial --

    Java Thin Client for Network Computing --

    Java Thin Client Programming --

    The JNDI Tutorial --

    Web Programming with Java --

    Application Development with VisualAge for Java Enterprise --

    Building AS/400 Internet-Based Applications with Java --

    Creating Java Applications using NetRexx --

    e-business Application Solutions Using Java: Volume I --

    IMS Version 7 and Java Application Programming --

    Integrating Java with Existing Data and Applications on OS/390 --

    Intentia Movex Java on the IBM&nbsp; iSeries Server: An Implementation Guide --

    Java Application Development for CICS --

    Java Programming Guide for OS/390 --

    Java Thin Client Systems with VisualAge Generator --

    Using VisualAge for Java Enterprise Version 2 to Develop CORBA and EJB Applications --

    The Struts Framework --

    Java And Soap(O Reilly) 2002 --

    J2EE Platform Web Services --

    O Reilly - Java Web Services --

    XML Programming in Java --

    JBoss Admin Development Guide --

    J2EE and XML Development --

    Java Web services Tutorial --

    Building Enterprise Applications for the Net with EJB, CORBA, and XML --

    MySQL and JSP Web Applications Data Driven Programming Using Tomcat And MySQL. --

    Jakarta Struts --

    Teach Yourself JSP 2.0 with Apache Tomcat in 24 Hours --

    Enhydra XMLC Java Presentation Development --

    JBoss Administration --

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    I am new here
    can anyone tell me how to post a code?

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    I think I just posted one messege.
    I have a quick quesion to ask,
    I want to make a login page in J2ME emulator, which will ask for user name and password, if they match it will show an welcome messege,
    I tried using hastables, didnt work
    anyone has any new idea? please share it
    Thank you

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    Free eBooks - Technical Engineering and lot more

    See this large collection of Java eBooks here . Grabbed from FreeBookZone .
    Last edited by priyanhere; 11-07-2006 at 12:58 PM.

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    If you need a questions and answers approach which can be useful for interviews as well as a quick reference guide then try It also acts as a roadmap for Java/J2EE technologies.

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