Java Gently: Programming Principles Explained-Judy M. Bishop

  • Title: Java Gently: Programming Principles Explained
  • Author: Judy M. Bishop
  • Released: 1995-07-01
  • Language:
  • Pages: 400
  • ISBN: 0201593998
  • ISBN13: 978-0201593990
  • ASIN: 0201593998


From the Back Cover

The Java programming language is

revolutionizing the world of computing

and is set to become the language taught

to programming students around the world.

Java Gently is a programming text which

aims to teach students how to program,

and how to do it in the best possible style

in Java. In the process, Java Gently covers

all of the Java language, its standard

libraries and utilities and the prospects it

offers for the future. In terms of

programming, it covers object-orientation,

software design, structured programming,

graphical user interfacing, networking and

finishes with an introduction to algorithms

and data structures.

Judy Bishop's approach and style will

excite students and keep them interested

in programming, covering the Web aspects

of Java while ensuring that the important

principles of good programming are


Hallmark Features

explanation by example, with over 75

fully-worked examples and case studies end of chapter summaries ten-point quizzes at the end of each

chapter, with answers over 100 exercises an active Web site containing all the

examples and a discussion board object-oriented class diagrams

illustrating the examples emphasis on sound algorithm design

and thorough testing a unique notation for presenting Java

syntax to the novice programmer requires no knowledge of programming

or mathematics. New for the Second Edition

complete update to Java 1.1 emphasis on the correct use of the

event model and object-orientation coverage of advanced Java features

and APTs, including RMI and JDBC --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

About the Author

Judy Bishop is Professor of Computer Science at the University of Pretoria, and has a wealth of experience teaching programming to undergraduates. She is the author of eight textbooks. She serves on IFIP and IEEE committees concerned with technical programming issues and the worldwide promotion of computing. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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