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Byte into Java

by: John Hamilton

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Publisher: TERTIARY PRESS,2001

Category: JAVA Level: B/I

ISBN: 0864581882
ISBN13: 9780864581884

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Kickstart your Java programming career! Here? a book that supplies what every new programmer needs. Whether you?e attending class or studying independently, Byte into Java will give you a thorough grounding. Clear analysis of basic principles is followed up by plenty of examples and opportunities for guided practice. By the time you have worked through this book you?l be able to write and compile user-friendly visual applications and applets to run on the World Wide Web. You?l also have understanding and confidence to explore and use the wealth of free resources provided through the Sun Microsystems website.

      Written for ICAITB070A, ICAITAD058A and ICAITB075A

      Contents: Computer languages; Developing software using Java; Program Structure; Data types and identifiers; Storing values; Reading input and writing output; Classes and methods; Operators and precedence; Boolean expression; Selection; Nested selection; Repetition using for loops; Using while and do·hile loops; Arrays; Dynamic Arrays; Input using standard Java classes; Inheritance, method overloading, interfaces and polymorphism; File processing; Object serialisation; Creating a visual interface; Layouts and fonts; Radio buttons, check boxes and the Colour class; Menus; Combo boxes and lists; Tool tips and dialogues; Threads and hyperlinks; Java documentation; Applets; Solutions to activities.