Java: The Complete Reference, (7th Edition)


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As I write this, Java is just beginning its second decade. Unlike many other computer languages whose influence begins to wane over the years, Java’s has grown stronger with the passage of time. Java leapt to the forefront of Internet programming with its first release. Each subsequent version has solidified that position. Today, Java is still the first and best choice for developing web-based applications.

One reason for Java’s success is its agility. Java has rapidly adapted to changes in the programming environment and to changes in the way that programmers program. Most importantly, it has not just followed the trends, it has helped create them. Unlike some other languages that have a revision cycle of approximately 10 years, Java’s release cycle averages about 1.5 years! Java’s ability to accommodate the fast rate of change in the computing world is a crucial part of why it has stayed at the forefront of computer language design. With the release of Java SE 6, Java’s leadership remains unchallenged. If you are programming for the Internet, you have chosen the right language. Java has been and continues to be the preeminent language of the Internet.

Content:-
Part I: The Java Language
1. The History and Evolution of Java
2. An Overview of Java
3. Data Types, Variables, and Arrays
4. Operators
5. Control Statements
6. Introducing Classes
7. A Closer Look at Methods and Classes
8. Inheritance
9. Packages and Interfaces
10. Exception Handling
11. Multithreaded Programming
12. Enumerations, Autoboxing, and Annotations (Metadata)
13. I/O, Applets, and Other Topics
14. Generics
Part II: The Java Library
15. String Handling
16. Exploring java.lang
17. java.util Part 1: The Collections Framework
18. java.util Part 2: More Utility Classes
19. Input/Output: Exploring java.io
20. Networking
21. The Applet Class
22. Event Handling
23. Introducing the AWT:Working withWindows, Graphics, and Text
24. Using AWT Controls, Layout Managers, and Menus
25. Images
26. The Concurrency Utilities
27. NIO, Regular Expressions, and Other Packages
Part III: Software Development Using Java
28. Java Beans
29. Introducing Swing
30. Exploring Swing
31. Servlets
Part IV: Applying Java
32. Financial Applets and Servlets
33. Creating a Download Manager in Java
A Using Java’s Documentation Comments
Index

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"Herbert Schildt"




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