Computing fundamentals with Java

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Franklin, Beedle & Associates, 2002 - Computers - 697 pages
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Computing Fundamentals with Java is the current effort in the author's 11-year journey of integrating object- oriented programming into the first computer science course, while retaining the commonly accepted fundamentals of computing. In addition to traditional topics and the newer objects and classes, this text provides three bonus chapters on object-oriented software development in the context of a case study. This book is written to clearly present fundamental concepts to beginning programmers.

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Contents

PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT
1
A LITTLE JAVA
23
USING OBJECTS
77
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