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hello im new to java and i wonder weather there is any wrox book for java with java 1.6 and ya i would also like to know abt the the books expected to release in the recent future (with respect to java 7) thanq in advance
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comm on some 1 pl reply so many views but no reply ????????
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No, there's no Beginning Java 2 JDK 6 Edition book, sorry. We are working on a JDK 7 edition probably for sometime in 2011 but no definitive timing to announce as there is no official announcement yet on when the language itself will release.
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any idea upto now ??
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Coming in February, there is a new book for people new to Java programming:
http://www.wrox.com/WileyCDA/WroxTit...470889640.html
Java Programming 24-Hour Trainer

It's not a JDK 7 book. The changes between recent JDK versions at the beginner level are minimal enough that you should be able to use it with any version.
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