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Sunday, April 16, 2006.

Java: Practical Guide for Programmers


ISBN: 1558609091
Author: Michael Sikora
Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann


If you're an experienced programmer, you already have a rock-solid foundation for learning Java. All you need is a resource that takes your experience into account and explains Java's key principles and techniques in an intelligent, efficient way.

Java: Practical Guide for Programmers is precisely that resource. Here, you won't have to wade through hundreds of pages of overly simplistic material to learn the basics of Java programming. Instead, you get highly focused instruction in the core elements of Java 1.4, accompanied by carefully chosen examples and line-by-line analyses that are right to the point. You'll be astonished at how soon you can begin productive coding in Java, and how quickly your skills will progress.

Web resources:
Source code from the book
http://www.zm.sikora.btinternet.co.uk/source.html

Sun J2SE download page
http://java.sun.com/j2se/downloads.html

Sun J2SE API documentation
http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.4.1/docs/index.html

For instructors:
Please contact your academic sales representative, Alex Actipis, for exercises to use in the book along with their solutions at a.actipis@elsevier.com

* Written expressly for people who already know a procedural or object-oriented programming language.
* Takes a concise approach designed to make the most of the experience you already have.
* Covers the core elements of Java 1.4, including language syntax, OO features, collections, exception handling, input/output, threads, event handling, and Swing components.
* Filled with incisive coding examples and line-by-line analyses.
* Via a companion Web site, provides downloadable example code and links to additional resources.


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