Java Software Solutions: Foundations of Program Design

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Addison-Wesley, 1998 - Java (Computer program language). - 857 pages
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Pitched at the beginner, this text teaches how to design and implement high-quality software programs using Java. The authors emphasize problem solving by understanding the requirements, exploring options, and designing conceptually clean solutions. They also seek to demonstrate the Java features in realistic ways.

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John Lewis (1889-1976) was a British Marxist philosopher, academician, and Unitarian minister. His books include The Uniqueness of Man, The Life and Teaching of Karl Marx, and The Case against Pacifism.

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