Java For Students 1.2
Previous programming experience is not assumed. Aware that many students need a careful introduction to programming throughout the text, programs that use graphical images are emphasised to clearly demonstrate all the important programming principles. The authors use a spiral approach to programming concepts; introducing concepts simply early on, then in a more sophisticated way later, (i.e. objects are integrated through five chapters). Java for Students 1.2 emphasises the use of applets but also shows how to program free-standing applications. The authors have been careful to put together a text that covers the powerful features of Java and presents the language to students as both a fun and useful tool.
- Paperback | 608 pages
- 172.72 x 233.68 x 33.02mm | 1,020.58g
- 05 Aug 1998
- Pearson Education (US)
- Addison-Wesley Educational Publishers Inc
- New Jersey, United States
- 2nd edition
Table of contents
1. The Scope of Java. 2. A First Java Program. 3. Introductory Graphics. 4. Variables and Calculations. 5. Methods and Parameters. 6. Events. 7. Decisions - if and switch. 8. Repetition - While, for and do. 9. Objects and Classes. 10. The User Interface. 11. Inheritance. 12. Calculations. 13. Arrays. 14. Arrays - Two-dimensional. 15. String Manipulation. 16. Exceptions. 17. Graphical User Interfaces. 18. Free-standing Programs. 19. Files. 20. Graphic and Sound. 21. OO Design. 22. Program Style. 23. Testing. 24. Debugging. 25. Threads. 26. Programming in the Large Packages. 27. Java in Context. 28. Advanced Object-Oriented Programming - Abstract Classes and Interfaces. 29. 1.1 and 1.2 Enhancements. Appendices. Bibliography. Glossary. Index.