Big Java 3E for Java 5 and 6
A top-notch introductory text for beginners, Big Java, Third Edition is also a thorough reference for students and professionals alike to Java technologies, Internet programming, database access, and many other areas of computer science.
Features of the Third Edition:
- The 'Objects Gradual' approach leads you into object-oriented thinking step-by-step, from using classes, implementing simple methods, all the way to designing your own object-oriented programs.
- A strong emphasis on test-driven development encourages you to consider outcomes as you write programming code so you design better, more usable programs
- Helpful "Testing Track" introduces techniques and tools step by step, ensuring that you master one before moving on to the next
- New teaching and learning tools in WileyPLUS--including a unique assignment checker that enables you to test your programming problems online before you submit them for a grade
- Graphics topics are developed gradually throughout the text, conveniently highlighted in separate color-coded sections
- Updated coverage is fully compatible with Java 5 and includes a discussion of the latest Java 6 features
Table of Contents
2 Using Objects.
3 Implementing Classes
4 Fundamental Data Types.
7 Arrays and Array Lists.
8 Designing Classes.
9 Interfaces and Polymorphism.
11 Input/Output and Exception Handling.
12 Object-Oriented Design.
14 Sorting and Searching.
15 An Introduction to Data Structures.
16 Advanced Data Structures.
17 Generic Programming.
18 Graphical User Interfaces (Advanced).
19 Files and Streams (Advanced).
20 Multithreading (Advanced).
21 Internet Networking (Advanced).
22 Relational Databases (Advanced).
23 XML (Advanced).
24 Web Applications (Advanced).
Appendix A Java Language Coding Guidelines.
Appendix B The Basic Latin and Latin-1 Subsets of Unicode.
Appendix C The Java Library.
Appendix D Java Syntax Summary.
Appendix E Java Operator Summary.
Appendix F Java Keyword Summary.
Appendix G Metric Conversion Factors.
Appendix H HTML Summary.
Appendix I Tool Summary.
Appendix J Javadoc Summary.
Appendix K Number Systems.
Appendix L Bit and Shift Operations.
Appendix M UML Summary.
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