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How can I learn Java ??
 
Which is the best book for learning Java ???
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parveenkumar007 wrote:
How can I learn Java ??

 
Reading a book?
Sigh | :sigh:
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The Best way learn any thing is Read About it and then apply it without delay,start from easy and go through hard. U should start "Complete Reference to Java" a very good book
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Solution 2

0. Java is case sensitive so loose the caps lock.
1. From google [other search engines are available; for example bing] search for "java beginner tutorial"
2. Read, try, learn.
3. Repeat step 2 until you have mastered the language to the point of being able to code with your eyes shut.
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Solution 3

Jump into a pile of Java books and hope that some of the knowledge in the books magically is transferred into your brain.
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Start here[^], it's all free and will teach you enough to get started.
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Solution 5

Find the following PDF:
 
Java-2-The -Complete-Reference_5E.pdf
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Solution 11

"Head First Java" By Sierra And Bates.
Good book to read on Java..
Take a look..
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Solution 1

Start with the following steps:
 
1) BOOKS
2) TUTORIALS
3) Try Basic Programs yourself from "Hello World"
4) Do Basic Projects yourself like Address book
5) Then you can try live projects
 
#) Then important one, you never stop steps 1 & 2.
 
I'm not in Java, so I don't know any Java books but you can get them from replies from other CP people. All the best!
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Solution 10

My Dear nothing is Easy to Learn, You have to put ur extra efforts if u wanna be a expert.
 
Just go thru with "Thinking in Java" book
 
ALl the best
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Solution 6

Get idea for a project and then do it in java using google/bing/... as help source
 
Sun have big list of books about various java topics: http://www.sun.com/books/java_series.html[^]
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Solution 7

hello,
If u have any prior programming language as in c,c++ and love to make good conversation with ur friend into programming conversation then my friend u can easily learn java.... Laugh | :laugh:
 
if u ask me like the best way to learn java is to go through some good books of java like Programming with Java by balagurusamy, another option would be head first start java which is again a beautifully written book which will explain u all the topics in java, i would not suggest u to go for PDF files or online java tutorial as if u sit for quite a long period of time then my friend it may affect ur precious eyes else u can copy paste the stuff online and take a print of it.
 
Passion for learning JAVA is the key for learning JAVA first get ur OOPS logic clear and then JAVA is all yours,JAVA is one of the most beautiful language ever and u will find that its quite fun and easy to code in JAVA...
 
Do rate my answer once u find it useful
 
Thanks & Regards
Radix Rose | [Rose]
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