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    A little Help.

    hi,programmer
    i have a little request.now,i am studying java but it's microsoft product. what books should i choose or what website tutorial should i go so that i can learn? it's because the sun java is different from the microsoft J++.
    thanks for helping.

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    If you're just starting out then you probably won't run into too many of the idiosyncrocies of J++ (it's not a completely different language). You should be OK if you pick up a book on Java. I'd start by going to the sun site www.java.sun.com.
    www.javaboutique.com has some code and examples too.
    If you have a choice, get the Sun SDK and JCreator for an IDE (www.jcreator.com). You can download them both for free. If you're stuck with J++ I wouldn't worry too much, I did all of my Java class assignments with it and never had a problem.
    Now I use Borland's JBuilder and the setup I just suggested.
    If a tree falls in the forest, and no one is around to see it, do the other trees make fun of it?

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