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Java2: A Beginner's Guide is comprehensive, 570 page guide to getting started in Java progamming. The book starts with an in-depth explanation of Java and how to make simple programs. This books is more complex then a 'For Dummies' book yet make's sure not to lose the reader by providing complete explanations of the code. The book provides an excellent beginning into Java.
The sections of the book are as follows
1. Java Fundamentals
2.Introducing data types and operators
3. Program control statements
4. Intoducing clases, objects and methods
5. More data types and operators
6. A closer look at methods and classes
8. Packages and interfaces
9. Exception handling
10. Using I/O
11. Multithreaded programming
12. Applets, events, and miscellaneous topics