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Java How to Program, 10/e provides a clear, simple, engaging and entertaining early objects introduction to Java programming. Features include:
v Rich coverage of fundamentals; realworld examples.
v Friendly early classes and objects presentation.
v Use with JavaTM SE 7, JavaTM SE 8 or both.
v Java SE 8 covered in optional modular sections.
v Java SE 8 lambdas, streams and functional interfaces with default and static methods.
v Swing and JavaFX GUI; graphics and multimedia.
v Making a Difference exercises set.
v Integrated exception handling.
v Files, streams and object serialization.
v Concurrency for optimal multicore performance.
v Optional ATM objectoriented design case study.
Preface. Before You Begin. 1: Introduction to Computers, the Internet and Java. 2: Introduction to Java Applications; Input/Output and Operators. 3: Introduction to Classes, Objects, Methods and Strings. 4: Control Statements: Part I; Assignment, ++ and - Operators. 5: Control Statements: Part 2; Logical Operators. 6: Methods: A Deeper Look. 7: Arrays and ArrayLists. 8: Classes and Objects: A Deeper Look. 9: ObjectOriented Programming: Inheritance. 10: ObjectOriented Programming: Polymorphism and Interfaces. 11: Exception Handling: A Deeper Look. 12: GUI Components: Part I. 13: Graphics and Java 2D. 14: Strings, Characters and Regular Expressions. 15: Files Streams and Object Serialization. 16: Generic Collections. 17: Java SE 8 Lambdas and Streams. 18: Recursion. 19: Searching, Sorting and Big O. 20: Generic Classes and Methods. 21: Custom Generic Data Structures. 22: GUI Components: Part 2. 23: Concurrency. 24: Accessing Databases with JDBC. 25: JavaFX GUI: Part I. Chapters on the Web-A: Operator Precedence Chart. B: ASCII Character Set. C: Keywords and Reserved Words. D: Primitive Types. E: Using the Debugger. Appendices on the Web. Index. Online Chapters and Appendices. 26: JavaFX GUI: Part 2. 27: Java FX Graphics and Multimedia. 28: Networking. 29: Java Persistence API (JPA). 30: JavaServerTM Faces Web Apps: Part 1. 31: JavaServerTM Faces Web Apps: Part 2. 32: RESTBased Web Services. 33: (Optional) ATM Case Study, Part I: ObjectOriented Design with the UML. 34: (Optional) ATM Case Study, Part 2: Implementing on ObjectOriented Design. F: Using the Java API Documentation. G: Creating Documentation with javadoc. H: Unicode®. I: Formatted Output. J: Number Systems. K: Bit Manipulation. L: Labeled break and continue Statements. M: UML 2: Additional Diagram Types. N: Design Patterns.
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