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Published first published February 19th Books by Bruce Eckel. The entire effort is woven in a fabric that includes Eckels own philosophy of object and program design. So if you join that with the fact that just the size of the book is scaring enough Rimpy rated it it was ok Apr 04, Enteprrise Matecki rated it it was ok Mar 30, I know that one should have some computer science background when reading this book, however it seems to me that one should either start off at aroundwith a spot in the intro for 0 and 10, or just go a little slower Refresh and try again.


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