Java Programming, Third Edition / Edition 3 available in Paperback
Java Programming, Third Edition, offers all of the dynamic elements of the second edition, plus many exciting changes. This text is designed for first-time programmers, but is also appropriate for those building on experiences in another programming language.
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About the Author
Joyce Farrell is the author of a wide variety of programming textbooks published by Course Technology including Programming Logic and Design Introductory and Comprehensive, Java Programming, Microsoft Visual C#, Object-Oriented Programming Using C++, Just Enough Programming Logic and Design, Just Enough Java, and An Object-Oriented Approach to Programming Logic and Design. Joyce has taught programming and design at schools throughout northern Illinois and central Wisconsin.
Table of Contents
1. Creating Your First Java Program 2. Using Data Within a Program 3. Using Methods, Classes, and Objects 4. Advanced Object Concepts 5. Making Decisions 6. Looping 7. Characters, Strings, and the Stringbuffer 8. Arrays 9. Applets 10. Graphics 11. Introduction to Inheritance 12. Advanced Inheritance Concepts 13. Understanding Swing Components 14. Using Layout Managers and the Event Model 15. Exception Handling 16. File Input and Output 17. Multithreading and Animation Appendices A: Working with Java 2 JDK 5.0 B: Learning About ASCII and Unicode C: Formatting Output