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Brewing Java: A Tutorial by Elliotte Rusty Harold

Brewing Java: A Tutorial
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Publisher: Cafe au Lait

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Part 1 is a brief introduction to what Java is, why it's cool and what you need to use it. Part 2 is a tutorial introduction to Java that just covers what you need to know to start programming command line applications in Java. This is an introduction to the basic syntax of the language. Part 3 covers the basics of writing applets in Java.

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