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  1. Re: Anybody recommends good Java books (up-to-date)

    Thank you. I just needed confirmation that is an excellent book as Stackoverflow said, since every book (Thinking in Java, the Pragmatic Programmer, Effective C++ and Effective Java) has recieved at...
  2. Re: Anybody recommends good Java books (up-to-date)

    Thank you.

    While I mostly use PDF books while learning, there are some really good authors that are underrated and need to be supported. What my point was that after reading HFJ, should I read a...
  3. Re: Anybody recommends good Java books (up-to-date)

    Yes. Even Microsoft uses C in all latest Windows edition (including, if I am right, Windows XP, and Vista. I am sure Windows 8/7 is written in C/C++, with only a few hundred lines of code...
  4. Re: Anybody recommends good Java books (up-to-date)

    Yes, I've heard the infamous pointers. While I've a fair understanding of programming itself (Python and Assembly. Assembly is, I am slowly forgetting, Python is more high-level, but nonetheless, a...
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    Sticky: Re: 500 Ways to Print 1 to 10

    Python.

    x = [1, 2,...10];
    print(x);

    (Unfortunately, it doesn't seem to display 'Python', even though I've 'Highlight=Python'.)
  6. Re: Anybody recommends good Java books (up-to-date)

    (*Ahem*, I am sorry, I until now, was thinking that the small "plus" sign embedded with the quote mark, was a "thank you"/+1 button, sorry if it bothered you)
    My Headfirst journey is quite a long...
  7. Re: Anybody recommends good Java books (up-to-date)

    The Pragmatic Programmer always said that you should learn the new version of language as it releases (of course, for more job opportunists, more libraries, more safety and cleaner syntax), but of...
  8. Anybody recommends good Java books (up-to-date)

    Hello all.

    I am a totally new programmer to Java. In fact, as a computer scientist, Java is an essential part of programming. I plan it as my secondary, if not primary, language. I only know...
  9. Re: "This....is not a bug. This is a FEATURE"

    Thank you. :cool:
  10. "This....is not a bug. This is a FEATURE"

    Hello, everyone.
    I am a twenty-three years old computer scientist (B.S in computer science, not software engineering actually), I am an Indian-French.
    I'm looking forwards to enhance my own...
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