Completely revised and updated, Fundamentals of Java: Introductory Course, Second Edition now covers all of the AP requirements for Computer Science Exam A. Clear, practical explanations guide students through even the most complex programming topic. Since it is non-software specific, it can be used with any Java program compiler, including Borland, Sun Microsystems, Symantec and others.
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Meet the Author
Kenneth A. Lambert is a Professor of Computer Science at Washington and Lee University. He has taught courses in almost every subject area of computer science and has published several textbooks in introductory programming and data structures in C++, Java, and Python. He is the co-creator of the BreezySwing framework and is the creator of the breezypythongui framework.
Martin Osborne has been a Professor of Computer Science at Western Washington University since 1977, and various courses at all levels of the curriculum. He has coauthored four books with Ken Lambert, and has presented numerous papers and workshops on teaching object-oriented software development at national and regional conferences.
Unit 1: Getting Started with Java Lesson 1: Background Lesson 2: First Java Programs Lesson 3: Syntax, Errors, and Debugging Lesson 4: Introduction to Control Statements Unit 2: The Next Step with Java Lesson 5: Introduction to Defining Classes Lesson 6: Control Statements Continued Lesson 7: Improving the User Interface Unit 3: Arrays, Recursion, and Complexity Lesson 8: Introduction to Arrays Lesson 9: Classes Continued Lesson 10: Arrays Continued Lesson 11: Recursion, Complexity, Searching and Sorting Unit 4: Graphics, Files, Applets, and Swing Lesson 12: Simple Two-Dimensional Graphics Lesson 13: Files Lesson 14: Introduction to HTML and Applets Lesson 15: Swing and AWT Appendices A: Java Resources B: Java Language Elements C: Operator Precedence D: ASCII Character Sets E: Number Systems F: Java Exception Handling G: Java Packages H: I/O Packages I: AP Correlations