Java: How to Program
A unique reference for all those using the new electronic 'multimedia' arts, The Cyberspace Lexicon provides a much-needed guide through the maze of existing and emerging technologies. From arcade games to artificial intelligence, data superhighways to DTP, video graphics to virtual reality, this book explains all the essential concepts and technical terms. Arranged alphabetically, The Cyberspace Lexicon offers a variety of levels of information and access. Technologies are defined; innovatory organizations are profiled; key concepts are explained and 'buzzwords' clarified. Over 800 clear, concise dictionary entries, designed for quick reference, are complemented by illustrated features covering important issues. A comprehensive bibliography is also provided. The latest software and hardware is illustrated by hundreds of colour photographs, many of them appearing in printed form for the first time.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - AlexTheHunn - LibraryThing
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
Review: Java: How to ProgramUser Review - Mahesh Gupta - Goodreads
First programming book of java read. Worth the size and thickness. :D Interesting exercise and I woudl really recommend beginners to read the book. Read full review