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YO where is a good source for finding the basic building blocks of JAva you know like commands, required arguments etc. also need solid explanitory text for sed. I''m feeling frustrated with the 5 or so books I''ve been reading. They all do the "FIRST YOU NEED TO UNDERSTAND OBJECTS AND THATS REALLY REALLY REALLY DIFFICULT. AN OBJECT IS LIKE A BICYCLE... NO WAIT AN OBJECT IS LIKE TWO DOGS EXCEPT THAT THE TWO DOGS HAVE DIFFERENT NAMES..." gimme a friggin break then they give program examples then the book ends.

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Yo,
Here are a couple sites and such that might help you out:

1. www.javaworld.com -> has a lot of Java stuff and I believe they''ve started a series on Java 101 that might be right up your alley.

2. http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.3/docs/api/index.html -> Java 2 Platform docs...all core classes and stuff is listed here.

And here is the text I learned Java from :
Java How to Program 3rd Edition By Deitel and Deitel
ISBN: 0-13-012507-5
publisher : Prentice Hall

hope this helped, a bit ().
JP.


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I reccommend reading "Thinking in Java" as well. Its by far the best Java book I have read.

You can also visit the sun website (http://java.sun.com) and get their tutorial for free with explains the basics as well as setting up their jdk.

- Daniel
VG Games

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