"Praised for providing an engaging balance of thoughful examples and illustrative discussion, Absolute Java, Fourth Edition, is the most comprehensive book available for both beginning and intermediate Java programming students. Best-selling author Walter Savitch and contributor Kenrick Mock explain Java programming in a straightforward style using clear language as well as code enhanced by a suite of pedagogical tools. Its features include: coverage of web programming with JSP that introduces readers to the client/server side model; an extensive set of videonotes, step-by-step video tutorials, that bring programming concepts to life and allow beginning students to see first-hand how experienced programmers solve problems; and additional programming projects that offer even more opportunity for programming practice."--Publisher's description.
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