Java: How to Program, Volume 1

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Prentice Hall, 1999 - Computers - 1355 pages
The Deitels' best-selling introductory Java book has been fully updated to reflect the recently introduced Java 1.3 SDK -- and to provide even more coverage of enterprise development with Java. Like all of Prentice Hall PTR's best-selling How to Program books, Java How to Program, Fourth Edition features the Deitels' signature "live code approach": thousands of lines of live code, explained with exceptional clarity by the renowned programming trainers of Deitel & Associates. Java How to Program, Fourth Edition covers all facets of the Java language, including object-orientation, multithreading, exception handling, the Java event programming model, Swing and AWT graphics, and much more. You'll find thorough coverage of enterprise development with Java 2 Enterprise Edition's key APIs and technologies, including JavaBeans, JDBC, and RMI; as well as an eight-chapter, start-to-finish case study introducing Java object-oriented analysis and design with UML. It contains hundreds of real-world tips and techniques for writing high-quality code, improving performance and reliability, and efficient debugging. An accompanying CD-ROM contains all of the book's source code, up-to-date Java development tools, plus links to the Web's best Java demos and resources.

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I used this in a course I took and found it to be useful. It seemed understandable to me, a seasoned programmer in general but a novice in java, yet it was also accessible to others in class who were ... Read full review


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HARVEY AND PAUL DEITEL are the principals of Deitel & Associates, Inc., the internationally-recognized training and consulting organization specializing in Java, C++, C, Visual Basic®, object technology, and Internet and World Wide Web programming training. They are also the authors of many best-selling textbooks including C++ How to Program, C How to Program, Visual Basic 6 How to Program and Internet and World Wide Web How to Program.

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