ISBN 9788131802007,Fsi-2918-295-Simply Java;Intro.Java Prog

Fsi-2918-295-Simply Java;Intro.Java Prog



Laxmi Publications

Publication Year 2007

ISBN 9788131802007

ISBN-10 8131802000


Number of Pages 394 Pages
Language (English)

Web / Internet databases

For novice programmers, finding an interesting, practical Java Programming reference that doesn't overwhelm them with details and complexity is difficult. Simply Java: An Introduction to Java Programming is an easy-to-follow textbook that guides the beginning programmer step-by-step through the process of learning Java. The main obstacle to learning object-oriented programming is the volume of interdependent detail that needs to be learned before even the simplest program can be created. Using a spiral approach, this text eliminates extraneous details early on and stresses object concepts that will provide a basis for students to become expert programmers. Classes, objects, and working programs are introduced at the outset, and programming is presented as extended problem solving, making it easier to understand. Class design and graphical user interfaces ate introduced early, but most of the detail is postponed until after the student has a better grasp of objects, classes, and inheritance. Simply Java: An Introduction to Java Programming is the perfect text for anyone new to Java who wants a comprehensive, easy- to-comprehend reference.KEY FEATURESTeaches object-oriented design and problem solving using Java in an easy-to-follow style.Uses a spiral approach that postpones most of the detail until after the student has a firm grasp of objects, classes, and inheritance, making it possible to present more interesting and complex examples.Covers key areas such as class design and implementation (including inheritance), graphics and animation, GUIs, methods, object design, software reuse, conditional and iterative statements, strings, simulation, and data structures.Provides review questions and programming exercises for each chapter.Includes a companion CD-ROM with the NetBeansTM IDE 4. 1, J2SE 5.0, and all the source code and figures from the book