ProgramLive Workbook and CD
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ProgramLive Workbook and CD

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ProgramLive is a Multimedia, Java-Based "livetext" on programming. A livetext provides a more effective learning experience than other instructional media does because readers learn by watching, listening, and doing. While ProgramLive is the first livetext to provide instruction in computer programming, it is not the first livetext. It includes tutorials on the major IDEs-including Code Warrior, Visual J++, and Visual Cafe, as well as instant access to many sample Java programs. Market: Computer Scientists; Programmers.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 368 pages
  • 205 x 257 x 40mm | 765g
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • Beil.: Engl. Handb.
  • 0471441589
  • 9780471441588

Table of contents

0: Introduction to livetexts I: On to Java* Introduction to JavaII: Methods* Methods and method callsIII: Classes and types* Classes* Subclasses and inheritance* Some useful classes* Primitive typesIV: Additional Java constructs* Loops* Arrays* Multi-dimensional arrays* Exception handling* Packages* InterfacesV: Aspects of programming* Programming style* Testing and debugging* Recursion* Applets* GUIs and event-driven programmingVI: Appendices* The CodeWarrior IDE for Java
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Read a review of ProgramLive in the University of Georgia's Columns: Campus News (http://www.uga.edu/columns/001106/campnews1.html).
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Read a review of ProgramLive in the University of Georgia's Columns: Campus News (http://www.uga.edu/columns/001106/campnews1.html).
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About David Gries

David Gries is an American computer scientist at Cornell University, United States primarily known for his books, The Science of Programming and A Logical Approach to Discrete Math. He is currently Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs in the College of Engineering. Paul Gries has been teaching in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Toronto for more than 15 years. During his time at UofT, Paul has won numerous teaching awards, including UofT's most prestigious teaching award and an Ontario-wide teaching award.
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