Absolute Java, Volume 1
Absolute Java offers complete coverage of the Java programming language. Written by Walt Savitch, one of the most widely read authors in the area of programming, it provides all the tools necessary for experienced and novice programmers to master Java, including thorough coverage of the Java Library, complete and fully executable code throughout, sections highlighting programming tips and common pitfalls, and a logical order of coverage of Java topics in order for students to better understand the language. The book is appropriate for introductory courses covering Java, intermediate programming courses introducing Java to students familiar with another language, or as a reference for students and industry professionals.
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