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Answer: Are there any Java texts assuming the user has a perl BG?

by Zombie frumiousMimsy (Initiate)
on Feb 12, 2001 at 04:53 UTC ( #57819=categorized answer: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

Q&A > object-oriented programming > Are there any Java texts assuming the user has a perl BG? - Answer contributed by Zombie frumiousMimsy

I don't know of a book that is specifically geared towards folks with a Perl background either--and I looked, but in the end what I found useful were books that presupposed a programming background (but not necessarily in a particular language such as c++).

there's a book called _a programmer's guide to java certification_ from addison-wesley which, while obviously bent towards passing the cert exam, i thought it was pretty good at explaining core concepts without being too pokey.

but as a previous poster suggested, i would look at thinking in java--it's available online for free--so you really can't go too wrong there.

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