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Hello guys.
After some time searching around the forums for a thread about an e-book for crash course from C++ to Java and no luck I decided to post a thread about it.

So my question is,does anyone has or knows such book?

Thanks in advance.

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    [QUOTE] After some time searching around the forums for a thread about an e-book for crash course from C++ to Java and no luck I decided to post a thread about it. [/QUOTE] Seems like I have a lot more luck than you: [url]http://www.janiry.com/bruce-eckel/[/url] (the Java e-book is for and … Read More

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Maybe we could start with which language you know, and how well you know it.

Learn C++
Learn Java
The "how to go from x to y" problem will then be self evident to you.

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After some time searching around the forums for a thread about an e-book for crash course from C++ to Java and no luck I decided to post a thread about it.

Seems like I have a lot more luck than you:
http://www.janiry.com/bruce-eckel/

(the Java e-book is for and older Java version, 1.4 I believe, but is still useful)
Have success reading them :P

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Great choice. It's a really a good book.
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Hi :)

Maybe this can be of some use to you:

http://www.onesmartclick.com/programming/java.html
On this site there is a pdf file "Java to C++ Transition Tutorial"
I know that you are going the other way but when I looked (very briefly) it compared a lot of code snippets in both language, so that could be useful.

http://pages.cs.wisc.edu/~hasti/cs368/JavaTutorial/main.html
A Java tutorial whit five lessons and the first is Java vs C++.
It looks at C++ Arrays vs Java Arrays and C++ Classes vs Java Classes

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After some research,I decided to go with "Head First Java,2nd Edition".
It's not as the book I was looking for,but it seems it is one of the best books for learning Java.
Thank you everyone.

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After some research,I decided to go with "Head First Java,2nd Edition".
It's not as the book I was looking for,but it seems it is one of the best books for learning Java.
Thank you everyone.

I also own a copy of that book and I have to say one thing: It's a great book!

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