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dragon
01-25-2004, 09:41 AM
I started taking an Advanced Java class but I'm having some difficulty keeping up with the textbook that we're using - Java Programming: Advanced Topics (Third Edition) by Wigglesworth and McMillan. Does anyone have any suggestions for some study guides (other books) that might help bridge the gap between our first Java Programming book (Thompson Course Technology) by Joyce Farrell and this Advanced Topics textbook?

Spookster
01-25-2004, 02:44 PM
These tutorials were written by a computer science teacher for his students

http://www.dickbaldwin.com/

dragon
01-28-2004, 01:13 PM
Much appreciated. :)

m7md
03-21-2008, 09:10 AM
I was trying to find a copy of this"Java Programming: Advanced Topics (Third Edition) by Wigglesworth and McMillan" book every where, but I rely cond't find a copy...do you know where can I download one,please???
And I would be grateful if you can give me any java tips as I'm just beginning my way and gathering my materials.
Thanks a lot.:)
m7md_7osafy@hotmail.com



I started taking an Advanced Java class but I'm having some difficulty keeping up with the textbook that we're using - Java Programming: Advanced Topics (Third Edition) by Wigglesworth and McMillan. Does anyone have any suggestions for some study guides (other books) that might help bridge the gap between our first Java Programming book (Thompson Course Technology) by Joyce Farrell and this Advanced Topics textbook?


Much appreciated. :)

Aradon
03-21-2008, 02:48 PM
I was trying to find a copy of this"Java Programming: Advanced Topics (Third Edition) by Wigglesworth and McMillan" book every where, but I rely cond't find a copy...do you know where can I download one,please???
And I would be grateful if you can give me any java tips as I'm just beginning my way and gathering my materials.
Thanks a lot.:)
m7md_7osafy@hotmail.com

You should just buy the book. If you're going to be continuing your career in computer science then having an extra programming book not only will not hurt you, but it will undoubtedly help you in the future.

I can't tell you how many times I've had to refer back to my basic programming book simply because I forgot something silly.

Of course if you have no interest in computer science, then you should just buy the book to help feed the author. I mean, he's probably a professor who needs extra money anyways :P

(obviously this discussion doesn't talk about the copyright implications of this, but I'm sure that that author has no interest in having his book online for download..)



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