Java Software Solutions: Foundations of Program Design
This book takes an object-oriented approach to Java using it in a way that is appropriate for those just learning to write high-quality programs. The book features both text-based and GUI-based examples to demonstrate computing concepts and provide readers with maximum versatility. This title has an early evolution of object concepts, developed in a way that capitalizes on the power of objects without overwhelming beginning programmers. It places less empahsis on applets and more emphasis on GUI-based applications, while still maintaining a clean division between graphical and non-graphical topics. This book is appropriate for beginning programmers who want to learn to program with Java as well as experienced programmers who want to add Java to their skill-set.
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The sign of the result of a remainder operation is the sign of the numerator.
Therefore: As you might expect, if either or both operands to any numeric
operator are floating point values, the result is a floating point value. However,
the division ...
The expression on the right-hand side of the operator is evaluated, then that
result is added to the current value of the variable on the left-hand side, and that
value is stored in the variable. Therefore, the following statement: total += (sum -
Since num is equal to 1, the result of 1 is returned to main and no recursion
occurs. Now let's trace the execution of the sum method when it is passed an
initial value of 2. Since num does not equal 1, sum is called again with an
argument of ...
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Indeholder "Preface", "Chapter 1. Computer Systems", " 1.1 Introduction", " Basic Computer Processing", " Software Categories", " Digital Computers", " Binary Numbers", " 1.2 Hardware Components ... Read full review
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Data and Expressions
Using Classes and Objects
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