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Hi members i want to learn java language online from basic please reply any learning sites or video tutorials for java language
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Dear Friend,

Before going online I as a certified java guy would rather suggest you to buy a book called complete reference java 6.0 and go through it . It is a very sweet book to go with . After going through the basics from that book and getting the concepts only, I was able to migrate to the certification book. If you have any more queries mail me @ .
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Java The Complete Reference, 7th Edition
* Paperback: 1024 pages
* Publisher: McGraw-Hill Osborne Media; 7 edition (December, 2006)
* Language: English
* ISBN-10: 0072263857

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The world’s leading programming author offers comprehensive coverage of the new Java release

The definitive guide to Java has been fully expanded to cover every aspect of Java SE 6, the latest version of the worldAnd#39;s most popular Web programming language. This comprehensive resource contains everything you need to develop, compile, debug, and run Java applications and applets.

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The Definitive Guide for Java Programmers

In this comprehensive resource, top-selling programming author Herbert Schildt shows you everything you need to develop, compile, debug, and run Java programs. This expert guide has been updated for Java Platform Standard Edition 6 (Java SE 6) and offers complete coverage of the Java language, its syntax, keywords, and fundamental programming principles.

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Coverage includes:

* Data types and operators
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* Interfaces and packages
* Method overloading and overriding
* Inheritance
* Exception handling
* Generics
* Autoboxing
* Enumerations
* Annotations
* The enhanced for loop
* Varargs (variable-length arguments)
* Multithreading
* The I/O classes
* Networking
* The Collections Framework
* Applets and servlets
* AWT and layout managers
* JavaBeans
* Swing
* The Concurrent API
* Much, much more
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