Calling all Java programmers...

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    Calling all Java programmers...

    First up, I know that this is a C/C++ board, but the Java board which I go to isn't that good and they just gimmie dumb answers like "Gee, that's pretty obvious, why don't you DO A SEARCH ON GOOGLE!!!" when I have like 3569891478.63703 times already.

    To Java programmers: Do you think this book would be a good one to start database programming in Java? If not, which one would be a good alternative?

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    I bet GOOGLE could help you out there...
    *snicker*

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    It better be for that price.
    There are some real morons in this world please do not become one of them, do not become a victim of moronitis. PROGRAMMING IS THE FUTURE...THE FUTURE IS NOW!!!!!!!!!

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    Those books seems kind of expensive, for example I have this book http://www.dymocks.com.au/asp/full_d...sbn=067232072X which I bought for about 40 bucks. I mean I think it's the same except for that thing that says a whole page on C#, because it does talk about C# the one I have I mean, but it's not a really intensive talk about it.
    There are some real morons in this world please do not become one of them, do not become a victim of moronitis. PROGRAMMING IS THE FUTURE...THE FUTURE IS NOW!!!!!!!!!

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    Phew thats pricey......

    I like the Prentice Hall/Sun books......(Core Java, Core Servlets....)....

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    Originally posted by elchulo2002
    Those books seems kind of expensive, for example I have this book http://www.dymocks.com.au/asp/full_d...sbn=067232072X which I bought for about 40 bucks. I mean I think it's the same except for that thing that says a whole page on C#, because it does talk about C# the one I have I mean, but it's not a really intensive talk about it.
    Originally posted by Fordy
    Phew thats pricey......

    I like the Prentice Hall/Sun books......(Core Java, Core Servlets....)....
    No, the prices are just in Australian dollars. Divide by 2 and you get the price in American dollars.
    If you own a piece of land and there is an volcano on it and it ruins a
    nearby town, do you have to pay for the property damage?

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    was gonna say that mysleft but looks like you beat me to it...

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