Java 2 Just Click! Solutions
This guide aims to present the Java programming language in a way that makes learning easy with full explanations of applet and communication programming techniques. It aims to offer a useful reference/tutorial for intermediate level Java programmers. Divided into five parts: introductions, tutorials, applet sources, application sources and solutions, the book also includes an index to help you quickly locate specific topics demonstrated by the book's source code listings. The CD and the book's companion Web site contain a one-click method for finding the source code for your programming solutions. Source code can be found by listing number, by name, or by subject. All examples are on the CD and can be accessed by a one-click serach on the listing number, listing title and programming topic.
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- Mixed media product | 700 pages
- 188 x 232 x 40mm | 1,099.98g
- 15 Jul 2001
- John Wiley & Sons Inc
- Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
- Foster City, United States
About Tom Swan
Tom Swan has written extensively about computer programming for over 25 years, and his numerous books on Pascal, Delphi, C++, Windows, and assembly language are popular with programmers worldwide. A former contributing editor to PC World and the originator of "Algorithm Alley," the popular Dr. Dobb's Journal column, he has published hundreds of articles in computer journals. His Web site, www.tomswan.com, includes updates to this book as well as information about his other publications.