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Apache Jakarta Commons: Reusable Java Components

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Apache Jakarta Commons: Reusable Java Components
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Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
ISBN/ASIN: 0131478303
ISBN-13: 9780131478305
Number of pages: 360

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The Apache Jakarta Commons project is a collection of freely-reusable, open source Java components. This book is a Java developer's guide to the Apache Jakarta Commons project. It covers in detail the twelve most important Commons packages, with sample program code provided for each. Included are a number of useful ideas for working the various Commons packages.

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