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Reviews and recommendation for books for learning java and pithaw


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Good afternoon.

Can I review 2 Java books I found?

The first is Thinking Java by Bruce Eckel and the second is a book by Ziv Ayalon and Zohar Amihud. Anyone know?


And if possible a recommendation for another book by Python and Java?



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If the "base" is the primitive types, then yes, it still has the String and int and long.


If the "base" is how to write code, then I'm sorry, but if you write in a job interview code with for for lo of C and new Runnable instead of lambda, then how to say, Leah I would get to work. The world has changed (even Java). Not to mention the ecosystem.

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