Get OLD in Java Programming Language with these Books

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The Java Programming Language  (English, Paperback, CBE Arnold Ken)
This is the definitive Java book written by the inventors of the language. Thoroughly revised from start to finish, this new edition describes the newest version of the Java programming language, version 1.3 of the Java 2 Platform Standard Edition. More than just API updates, this third edition has been restructured to give a more in-depth treatment of the newer language features, as well as informative examples on using the new core classes like the collections and internationalization packages.

Direct from the creators of the Java programming language, this Third Edition provides unique insights into why and how the language was designed and intended to be used. More advanced students will find this new edition to be a valuable reference and will gain new insights into the subtleties of the language. Beginning and intermediate students will benefit from the valuable examples and clear explanations of language and library features.

Java: The Complete Reference  (English, Paperback, Schildt Herbert)
In this comprehensive resource, top-selling programming author Herbert Schildt shows you everything you need to develop, compile, debug, and run Java programs. This expert guide has been updated for Java Platform Standard Edition 6 (Java SE 6) and offers complete coverage of the Java language, its syntax, keywords, and fundamental programming principles.

You'll also find information on Java's key API libraries, learn to create applets and servlets, and use JavaBeans. Herb has even included expanded coverage of Swing-the toolkit that defines the look and feel of the modern Java GUI. Essential for every Java programmer, this lasting resource features the clear, crisp, uncompromising style that has made Herb the choice of millions of programmers worldwide.

Java for Dummies Paperback - 10 Apr 2012
by Barry Burd 
Java is the platform-independent, object-oriented programming language used for developing web and mobile applications. The revised version offers new functionality and features that have programmers excited, and this popular guide covers them all. This book helps programmers create basic Java objects and learn when they can reuse existing code. It's just what inexperienced Java developers need to get going quickly with Java 2 Standard Edition 7.0 (J2SE 7.0) and Java Development Kit 7.0 (JDK 7). Introduction Part I: Getting Started · All about Java · All about Software · Using the Basic Building Blocks Part II: Writing Your Own Java Programs · Making the Most of Variables and Their Values · Controlling Program Flow with Decision-Making Statements · Controlling Program Flow with Loops Part III: Working with the Big Picture: Object-Oriented Programming · Thinking in Terms of Classes and Objects · Saving Time and Money: Reusing Existing Code · Constructing New Objects Part IV: Savvy Java Techniques · Putting Variables and Methods Where They Belong · Using Arrays and Collections to Juggle Values · Looking Good When Things Take Unexpected Turns · Sharing Names among the Parts of a Java Program · Responding to Keystrokes and Mouse Clicks · Writing Java Applets · Using Java Database Connectivity Part V: The Part of Tens · Ten Ways to Avoid Mistakes · Ten Websites for Java

Programming with Java Paperback - 1 Jul 2017
by Balagurusamy
Authored by the most trusted name in the area, this text acts like a "Primer", moving step by step - starting from fundamentals to core concepts in much desired logical flow - and hence, renders conceptual clarity along with simplicity. It is well suited for a first-level programming course in Java. The book offers comprehensive coverage of basic concepts of Java programming, in the light of object orientation, explained in simple language and supported with good examples and programming exercises.

Beginning Programming with Java For Dummies Paperback - Import, 10 Apr 2012
by Barry Burd 
One of the most popular beginning programming books, now fully updated Java is a popular language for beginning programmers, and earlier editions of this fun and friendly guide have helped thousands get started. Now fully revised to cover recent updates for Java 7.0, Beginning Programming with Java For Dummies, 3rd Edition is certain to put more first-time programmers and Java beginners on the road to Java mastery. Explores what goes into creating a program, putting the pieces together, dealing with standard programming challenges, debugging, and making the program work Offers new options for tools and techniques used in Java development Provides valuable information and examples for the would-be programmer with no Java experience All examples are updated to reflect the latest changes in Java 7.0 Beginning Programming with Java For Dummies, 3rd Edition offers an easy-to-understand introduction to programming through the popular, versatile Java 7.0 language. 

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