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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A character string is an object in Java, defined by the class string. Because
strings are so fundamental to computer programming, Java provides the ability to
use a string literal, delimited by double quotation characters, as we've seen in ...
String Concatenation A string literal cannot span multiple lines in a program. The
following program statement is improper syntax and would produce an error
when attempting to compile: // The following statement will not compile System.
related to string comparisons is the fact that Java only creates a unique object for
string literals when needed. That is, if the string literal "Hi" is used multiple times
in a method, only one string object is created to represent it. Therefore, the ...
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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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This was probably a really good textbook from the little I read of it, but I ended up not needing it for the class. Read full review
Data and Expressions
Using Classes and Objects
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