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Title:
Core Java 1.2
Author:
Horstmann, Cay S., 1959-
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Physical Description:
volumes : illustrations ; 24 cm + 1 computer optical disc (4 3/4 in.).
General Note:
Includes index.

Title on accompanying computer optical disc: Core Java 2.
Language:
English
Contents:
v. 1. Fundamentals --

CD-ROM contents: Source code for example programs in the book and CoreJava example files -- For Solaris: Java plugin HTML converter utility -- Windows utilities and shareware: Hex workshop -- HTML converter -- Source Again 1.1 personal (decompiler for Java class files) -- TextPad 3.2.5 (ASCII text editor) -- Together/J (trial version UML modeler from Object International) -- WinZip 7.0 (archive utility)
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ISBN:
9780130819338
Format :
Book

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Central Library QA76.73.J38 H672 1999 V.1 Book and Software Set Central Closed Stacks
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The bestselling guide for serious programmers updated to the Java 2 Platform (formerly code named JDK 1.2) Ask any experienced Java.programmer: Core Java delivers the real-world guidance you need to master Java. Thats why its been an international best-seller for three straight years Completely revised and updated, Core Java 2, Volume 1: Fundamentals gives experienced programmers the firm foundation they need to build their Java careers. It thoroughly covers the fundamentals of the JDK 1.2, including the new Swing user interface components. The new edition is filled with even more of the robust, non-toy programs that previous versions were famous for and now they are updated to take advantage of the Swing classes where appropriate. Volume 1 includes a thorough explanation of object-oriented programming, Java inner classes and exception handling, as well as debugging, the current Java event model, and a thorough coverage of both Input/Output and File Management. For experienced programmers, Core Java 2, Volume 1: Fundamentals sets the standard-again State-of-the-art information for Java developers, including: Building GUI applications with the new Swing classes Making the most of


Author Notes

Gary Cornell has a Ph.D. from Brown University, has been a visiting scientist at IBM Watson Labs, and has written or co-written 14 popular computer books.

Cay S. Horstmann teaches at San Jose State University. He has written two books on C++/object-oriented development, and is a columnist for Java Report .


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The bestselling guide for serious programmers updated to the Java 2 Platform (formerly code named JDK 1.2)!
Ask any experienced Java…¿ programmer: Core Java delivers the real-world guidance you need to master Java
That's why it's been an international best-seller for three straight years!
Completely revised and updated, Core Java 2, Volume 1: Fundamentals gives experienced programmers the firm foundation they need to build their Java careers
It thoroughly covers the fundamentals of the JDK 1.2, including the new Swing user interface components
The new edition is filled with even more of the robust, non-toy programs that previous versions were famous for and now they are updated to take advantage of the Swing classes where appropriate
Volume 1 includes a thorough explanation of object-oriented programming, Java inner classes and exception handling, as well as debugging, the current Java event model, and a thorough coverage of both Input/Output and File Management
For experienced programmers, Core Java 2, Volume 1: Fundamentals sets the standard-again!
State-of-the-art information for Java developers, including
Building GUI applications with the new Swing classes
Making the most of inner classes
Mastering the current Java event model
Understanding streams and file management with Java
CD-ROM contains complete source code examples, the JDK 1.2, and useful tools, including TextPad, HexWorkshop, SourceAgain, and Together…Ø/Java

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