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Old 06-06-2014, 07:32 PM
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Default What is a good beginner Java book?

I'm shopping on Amazon, and I've found tons of books that promise to explain how to write Java, but none of them claims to have homework problems. They show a detailed table of contents, and a description, but no mention of any practice problems. I can't learn something if I don't have a way of practicing.

Do you know of any good beginner Java books that will tell me where to get the software, how to write and debug it, and also have plenty of practice problems?

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