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|Format:||Paperback, 1248 pages, 2 Revised ed of US e Edition|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 08 April 2005|
Best-selling author Walt Savitch offers students a comprehensive introduction of the java programming language. The hallmark feature of his accessible writing style is predominate in this text, along with the needed tools and java topics for novice and experienced programmers to master the java language. In this second edition he takes full advantage of the new java 5.0 features and incorporates the new Scanner class, automatic boxing and unboxing, System.out.pintf for formatting output and enhanced for loop. There is comprehensive coverage of generic types, including how to define classes with type parameters, collection classes done as generic classes, and linked lists done with type parameters. Pedagogical features are integrated throughout including: pitfalls, programming tips, and self-test exercises and answers. This book is appropriate for introductory courses covering Java and intermediate programming courses introducing Java to students familiar with another language.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Getting Started Introduction to Java Expressions and Assignment Statements The Class String Program Style Chapter 2 Console Input and Output Screen Output Console Input Using the Scanner Class Chapter 3 Flow of Control Branching Mechanism Boolean Expressions Loops Chapter 4 Defining Classes Class Definitions Information Hiding and Encapsulation Overloading Constructors Chapter 5 Defining Classes II Static Methods and Static Variables References and Class Parameters Using and Misusing References Packages and javadoc Chapter 6 Arrays Introduction to Arrays Arrays and References Programming with Arrays Multidimensional Arrays Chapter 7 Inheritance Inheritance Basics Encapsulation and Inheritance Programming with Inheritance Chapter 8 Polymorphism and Abstract Classes Polymorphism Abstract Classes Chapter 9 Exception Handling Exception Handling Basics Throwing Exceptions in Methods More Programming Techniques for Exception Handling Chapter 10 File I/O Introduction to File I/O Text Files The File Class Binary Files Random Access to Binary Files Chapter 11 Recursion Recursive void Methods Recursive Methods that Return a Value Thinking Recursively Chapter 12 UML and Patterns UML Patterns Chapter 13 Interfaces and Inner Classes Interfaces Simple Uses of Inner Classes More About Inner Classes Chapter 14 Generics and ArrayList Class The ArrayList Class Generics Chapter 15 Linked Data Structures Java Linked Lists Copy Constructors and the clone Method Iterators Variations on a Linked List Trees Chapter 16 Collections and Iterators Collections Iterators Chapter 17 Swing I Event-Driven Programming Buttons, Events, and Other Swing Basics Containers and Layout Managers Menus and Buttons Text Fields and Text Areas Chapter 18 Applets A Brief Introduction to HTML Programming Applets Applets in HTML Documents Chapter 19 Swing II Window Listeners Icons and Scroll Bars The Graphics Class Colors Fonts and the drawString Method Chapter 20 Java Never Ends Multithreading Javabeans Java and Database Connections Appendix 1 Keywords Appendix 2 Precedence and Associativity Rules Appendix 3 Unicode Character Set Appendix 4 Format Specifications for printf Appendix 5 Summary of Classes and Interfaces Index
|Publisher: ||Addison Wesley|
|Dimensions: ||23.0 x 18.0 x 4.0 centimeters (1.81 kg)|