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Advanced Linux Programming Portable Documents
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Professional Excel Development
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Filthy Rich Clients
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Windows 10 The Missing Manual
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Java 5 0 Tiger
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Java Generics and Collections
This book, written by one of the designers of generics, is a thorough explanation of how to use generics, and particularly, the effect this facility has on the way developers use collections.