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Beginning Java

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The Java programming language is used widely in education and industry, and is a great choice as a first programming language.

The aim of this book is to provide a starting point for readers not only new to Java but to programming in general in a progressive order with examples they can follow.

Contributing[edit | edit source]

Editors/Writers[edit | edit source]

If you want to edit or contribute, feel free to dig in and start editing, you are entirely encouraged to be bold.

Readers[edit | edit source]

For those who don't know Java and wish to learn, or are simply interested in Java, feedback is requested and much appreciated.

Contents[edit | edit source]


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Table of Contents

Preface[edit source]

Part I[edit source]

Part II[edit source]

0% developed  as of 20 Aug, 2012 Appendix A - Primitive Types[edit source]