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O'Reilly publishes an entire series of books on Java programming, including several companion books to this one. The companion books are:

Java Examples in a Nutshell

This book contains hundreds of complete, working examples illustrating many common Java programming tasks using the core, enterprise, and desktop APIs. Java Examples in a Nutshell is like Chapter 4 of this book, but greatly expanded in breadth and depth, and with all the code snippets fully fleshed out into working examples. This is a particularly valuable book for readers who learn well by experimenting with existing code.

Java Enterprise in a Nutshell

This book is a succinct tutorial for the Java "Enterprise" APIs such as JDBC, RMI, JNDI, and CORBA. It also cover enterprise tools such as Hibernate, Struts, Ant, JUnit, and XDoclet.

J2ME in a Nutshell

This book is a tutorial and quick reference for the graphics, networking, and database APIs of the Java 2 Micro Edition (J2ME) platform.

You can find a complete list of Java books from O'Reilly at Books that focus on the core Java APIs, as this one does, include:

Learning Java, by Pat Niemeyer and Jonathan Knudsen

This book is a comprehensive tutorial introduction to Java, with an emphasis on client-side Java programming.

Java Swing, by Marc Loy, Robert Eckstein, Dave Wood, James Elliott, and Brian Cole

This book provides excellent coverage of the Swing APIs and is a must-read for GUI developers.

Java Threads, by Scott Oaks and Henry Wong

Java makes multithreaded programming easy, but doing it right can still be tricky. This book explains everything you need to know.

Java I/O, by Elliotte Rusty Harold

Java's stream-based input/output architecture is a thing of beauty. This book covers it in the detail it deserves.

Java Network Programming, by Elliotte Rusty Harold

This book documents the Java networking APIs in detail.

Java Security, by Scott Oaks

This book explains the Java access-control mechanisms in detail and also documents the authentication mechanisms of digital signatures and message digests.

Java Cryptography, by Jonathan Knudsen

This book provides thorough coverage of the Java Cryptography Extension, the javax.crypto.* packages, and cryptography in Java.

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