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Advanced Programming for the Java 2 Platform

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Advanced Programming for the Java 2 Platform
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Publisher: Addison Wesley Longman
ISBN/ASIN: 0201715015
ISBN-13: 9780201715019
Number of pages: 526

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This book is for developers with more than a beginning level of understanding of writing programs in the Java programming language. The example application is written with the Java 2 platform APIs and explained in terms of functional hows and whys.

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