In this final part of the rJava series, learn about checking for exceptions, using arrays, and other important tasks.
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Deepak Vohra is an O'Reilly technical reviewer, who reviewed the book WebLogic: The Definitive Guide. He's also a NuBean consultant and web developer, and is a Sun Certified Java 1.4 Programmer and Sun Certified Web Component Developer. Deepak has published two books on Docker.
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