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Thinking in Java is known as the bible in Java programming, which is worth reading over and over again, even if you’re not a Java programmer. It is not hard to see this is a classic work from the various rewards it got and earnest reviews from book readers all over the world. Here you can get its 4th Edition (1057 pages).

Undoubtedly, Thinking in Java has won wide acclaims from global programmers for a very long time. Even the most obscure concepts will dissolve to be invisible in front of Bruce Eckel‘s text affinity and the small but straightforward programming examples. From the basis of Java syntax to the advanced features (in-depth object-oriented concepts, multi-threading, automatic project building, unit testing and debugging, etc.), this book will guide you step by step to master with ease.

Thinking in Java, 4th Edition is divided into 22 chapters, its rich contents are especially suitable for all levels of Java programmers to read. Meanwhile, it is also regarded as an excellent textbook and reference book to teach object-oriented programming languages in colleges and universities.

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