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    hi members
    i need help to get started on java programing....i dont no where to start ....
    can some 1 plz suggest me some good books.....i m new in this programming world....


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    Hello novice_in_java,

    Welcome to the Java Programming Forums.

    The first place to start, is here - Trail: Getting Started (The Java™ Tutorials)

    Try to write your first "Hello World" program and post back here when you get stuck.
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    Hey,
    I would suggest "Head First Java " to be a good read. Its different and kinda catches ur interest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramnath View Post
    Hey,
    I would suggest "Head First Java " to be a good read. Its different and kinda catches ur interest.
    Agreed. There is more information on this book here - Head First Java
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    hi,
    Head First Java --is a very good book .
    ..as soon as i started reading it increases my intrests in java..i love this book...
    thanks you JavaPf and Ramnath

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    Try to sort out java articles

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