The Essential Java Class Reference for Programmers
Appropriate as a supplementary or reference text for any course teaching Java programming or using Java as a programming language in departments of Computer Science, Engineering, CIS, MIS, IT, and Continuing Education.Whether it is used as a supplement to any Java programming book, or as a stand-alone reference, this text clearly and concisely presents the essentials of Java class libraries without overwhelming students with difficult-to-use information. Its user-friendly approach shows students how to use key class libraries and presents exactly the information they need to write effective, error-free programs.
- Paperback | 168 pages
- 179.8 x 235.2 x 11.4mm | 421.85g
- 05 Sep 2002
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
- glossary, index
Table of contents
1. How to Use the Accompanying CD. Installing Software from the CD. The Java SDK. Forte for Java.2. Java Class Reference. Using the Web-Based API Documentation. Documentation for Selected Packages and Classes.3. Complete Examples. How to Run Applications. How to Run Applets. Example: Page Writer. Code for the Page Writer Example. Example: PictureFrame. Code for the PictureFrame Example. Example: Show Mininote. Code for the Show Mininote Example. Example: ShowDoc Applet. Code for the ShowDocApplet Example. Example: Spotlight Applet. Code for the Spotlight Applet Example.4. An HTML Tutorial. What Makes a Good Web Page? Tools. Publishing Web Pages. Basics. Tables. Frames. Beyond Text and Pictures.Java Programming Glossary. Error Messages with Explanations. Using Compiler Error Messages. Messages with Explanations. Exceptions and Run-Time Error Messages. Logic Errors and Debugging.Hierarchical Index. Index.
About Brian Durney
Brian Durney worked for AT & T Bell Laborartories and earned his Master's degree in Computer Science at Stanford University. Brian completed his Ph. D. in Computer Science at the University of Oregon and teaches introductory programming courses at Utah Valley State College.