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This book is the only source of my prerequisite and intensive course as a Master's student in computer science. It will guides you through Java from absolute beginner to an intermediate programmer.
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The book is amazing if you have studied the same book "Absolute C++". The author used the same template and the same design in his book C++. So this would make it really simple for someone who hasn't studied Java before Read full review
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