If one has his fundas clear, no matter which book he studied from, Object will always be an instance of a Class, does one even then need specialized study material for such exam, like the books earlier named by some of the forum members?
i think thats when you're going to do the exam without actually learning the language,scjp covers every core concepts of java SE(or so i heard) but you really don't have to learn all that to do the exam and i think thats where those books come in i think
I'm currently following "Java2:The Complete Reference" By Herbert Schildt. bought it back in my 5th Sem. when had Java as a subject. Now in my NIIT course, JAVA is going on and they have given 2 books by Sun Microsystems having code 'SL-275' on them which the NIIT teacher say is the exam code for SCJP exam. In my opinion thogh the books are completely **** and waste of paper. Not even UML code is proper let alone the actual JAVA code. I will give the SCJp exam but just want to know if my current book is going to be enough or gonna need those 'Certified Dumps' ?
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