Java in Plain English
In plain English
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|Format: ||Paperback, 768 pages, 3rd Revised edition Edition|
|Other Information: ||illustrations|
|Published In: ||United States, 03 March 2001|
This reference work is designed to help experienced computer programmers solve Java programming problems. It covers key components of the Java language and provides a tutorial covering the essentials of Java 2. Instant access to core Java information comes through extensive cross references with live page numbers, topical and alphabetical organisation of material, valuable examples, clean design and a strong user-friendly "In Plain English" section that identifies common tasks and their corresponding elements.
Table of Contents
Preface. Acknowledgments. PART I: Java 2 Reference. Java 2 Language in Plain English. Java 2 Language A to Z. Java 2 Language Reference. Java 2 API in Plain English. Java 2 API By Category. Java 2 API A to Z. Java 2 API Reference. PART II: A Java Programming Tutorial. Chapter 1: Applets and Oranges. Chapter 2: Java Building Blocks. Chapter 3: Fun with Graphics. Chapter 4: Components and Events. Chapter 5: Moving to Swing. Chapter 6: Animation and Threads. Chapter 7: Working with JavaBeans. Chapter 8: Common Programming Tasks. Appendix A: Java Exceptions and Errors. Appendix B: Useful Tables. Glossary. Index.
About the Author
Brian Overland worked for Microsoft for 10 years, where he was a software tester, senior technical writer, and project leader on the development teams of both Visual C++ 1.0 and Visual Basic 1.0. His books include Visual Basic 6 In Plain English and C++ In Plain English. Michael Morrison is a Java and C++ developer, an instructor for Web--based learning courses, including DigitalThink's Introduction to Java 2 series, and the author of more than a dozen computer books.
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