Introduction to Java Programming, 2nd Edition
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Introduction to Java Programming is a textbook for software developers to familiarize them with the concept of object-oriented programming (OOP). The textbook enables the reader to understand the basic features of Java. The line-by-line explanation of the source code, a unique feature of the textbook, enables the students to gain a thorough and practical understanding of Java. The chapters in this book are structured in a pedagogical sequence, which makes this textbook very effective in learning the features and capabilities of the software.
Some of the Salient Features of this textbook are as follows:
Each concept discussed in the book is exemplified by an application to clarify and facilitate better understanding.
This textbook introduces the key ideas of object-oriented programming in an innovative way. The concepts are illustrated through best programs, covering the basic aspects of Java.
Additional information is provided to the users in the form of notes.
There is an extensive use of examples, schematic representation, screen captures, tables, and programming exercises.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction to Java
Chapter 2: Fundamental Elements in Java
Chapter 3: Control Statements and Arrays
Chapter 4: Classes and Objects
Chapter 5: Inheritance
Chapter 6: Packages, Interfaces, and Inner Classes
Chapter 7: Exception Handling
Chapter 8: Multithreading
Chapter 9: String Handling
Chapter 10: Introduction to Applets and Event Handling
Chapter 11: Abstract Window Toolkit
Chapter 12: The Java I/O System
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