Java 2 by Example, 2nd Edition
©2002 |Que Publishing |
©2002 |Que Publishing |
For courses in Java programming.
Java 2 By Example, Second Edition teaches the basic concepts of Java through the use of examples and exercises. It has been revised and updated to include the newest features in Java 2 SDK 1.4. It teaches the fundamentals of the Java language, including operators, expressions, statements and more; plus Object-Oriented Programming with classes and objects, inheritance, and dynamic methods. Later chapters demonstrate organizing data in collections and developing user interfaces with the Java Foundation Classes (JFC), Abstract Windowing Toolkit (AWT) and Swing APIs. It is filled with new material covering topics such as networking and security. It includes a real-world case study using Java to build a useful personal information manager, which uses all the skills learned throughout the book.
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Helps guide students through the chapters. Ex.___
Helps students develop a structured programming technique to isolate problems, write correct problems faster, and produce easy-to-maintain programs. Ex.___
Gives students many small examples of Java programming and most chapters conclude with a larger Java programming example. Ex.___
Teaches students to build an application by applying the concepts learned throughout the book. Ex.___
I. EXPLORING THE LANGUAGE.
II. EXPLORING APIs.
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Jeff Friesen is heavily addicted to Java technology, to the point of choosing "Java Jeff" as his nickname. In addition to authoring this book, Jeff also co-authored Special Edition Using Java 2 Standard Edition. Furthermore, he has authored numerous Java-based articles for JavaWorld (ranging from internationalization to Java Plug-in to the future of Java) and InformIT.com (ranging from building your own media player to exploring Swing's table component) and is currently authoring JavaWorld's Java 101 columna column that presents a client-side Java course for beginners. In the past, Jeff taught his own university-level introductory Java course, and he served as the moderator of ITworld.com's Java Beginner forum, where he answered more than 1,000 client-side Java questions. Jeff holds a degree in computer science and develops software in C and C++. To find out what Jeff is up to, visit his Web site (http://www.javajeff.com).
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