*** HELP ME out reGARDING JAVA ***

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  1. mrintech

    mrintech Active Member

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    friends,

    i need your precious and urgent help

    actually i am a beginner @ Java. you can say that i know nothing about it @ all.

    Simply suggest me some books (not e-books) for a beginner like me. which starts from the fundamentals and goes deeper and deerper.

    moreover what are the software requirements for running JAVA/Java based applications.

    Plz give out the links.


    I repeat again I am a beginner and know nothing abt this language. really.!


    Plz help out guys.


    -wishes
     
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    Book : Herbert schildt
    Software : Sun java compiler

    Read the book u'll know urself what to do next!
     
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    ctrl_alt_del A Year Closer To Heaven

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    Complete Reference to JAVA is one of the best books out there when it comes to learning it by yourself.

    As for JAVA IDEs, I will suggest you go for Eclipse, but only after mastering the concepts of Java.
     
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    Lucky_star Still Shining!

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    ^^Yeah, I too beginned with it. Its a nice book for grasping the fundamentals.
     
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    ashu888ashu888 Core i7 (nehalem) Owner

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    BOOK---> COMPLETE JAVA REFERENCE by Herbert Schildt (PM me if u need any help on this book)

    S/ware---> JDK from www.sun.com or www.java.com or EDIT PLUS (search on google)



    Cheers n e-peace....
     
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    IIRC Complete reference is the book and Herbert shield is the author of the same. :D
    once you get basics clear, or maybe even before that, google "java forums" :D
     
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