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Old 04-01-2009, 01:59 PM   #1
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So I am thinking of getting a Java book over the summer to review what I have learned and learn more. What is an good Java book to learn from?
I was recommended the "Cay Horstmann’s Big Java textbook", anybody have and experience from this book?

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I've never heard of that book, but here is a link to the new edition of the book I used:

I learned my foundation from the 6th edition, which was very good. It provided a solid understanding/foundation upon which I have been able to learn new code very quickly.

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