Java Programming

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Date

February 10, 2012

Format

Paperback, 672 pages

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ISBN

007163360X / 9780071633604

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40.00

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50.00



Overview


Main description

Develop, Compile, and Debug High-Performance Java Applications

Take your Java skills to the next level using the expert programming techniques contained in this Oracle Press guide. Featuring real-world code samples and detailed instructions, Java Programming demonstrates how to fully utilize the powerful features of Java SE 7. Find out how to design multithreaded and network applications, integrate structured exception handling, use Java libraries, and develop Swing-based GUIs and applets. Inheritance, generics, and utility classes are are covered in this practical resource.

  • Create custom classes, methods, arrays, and operators
  • Control program flow using conditional statements
  • Handle multithreaded, network, and I/O programming
  • Learn new constructs in multithreading
  • Incorporate enums, annotations, and autoboxing
  • Recover from errors, input failures, and exceptions
  • Use Java Swing to build lightweight GUIs and applets
  • Cut development time using the collections framework
  • Work with the latest Java libraries and utility classes


Table of contents

Chapter 1. Introduction to Java
Chapter 2. Arrays
Chapter 3. Classes
Chapter 4. Inheritance
Chapter 5. Object Creation and Member Visibility
Chapter 6. Static Modifier and Interfaces
Chapter 7. Nested Classes
Chapter 8. Exception Handling
Chapter 9. Java I/O
Chapter 10. Advanced I/O
Chapter 11. Enums, Autoboxing, and Annotations
Chapter 12. Generics
Chapter 13. Event Processing and GUI Building
Chapter 14. Creating Layouts
Chapter 15. Graphics and User Gestures Processing
Chapter 16. Collections
Chapter 17. Threads
Chapter 18. Blocking Queues and Synchronizers
Chapter 19. Callables, Futures, Executors, and Fork/Join
Chapter 20. Network Programming
Chapter 21. Utility Classes
Index


Author comments

Poornachandra Sarang is a veteran Java programmer since Java’s 1996 inception. During the last 15 years, Dr. Sarang conducted many train-the-trainer programs, instructor authorization tests, and corporate trainings based on Sun Microsystems’ official curriculum. He has authored several books and journal articles on Java and various other allied topics. Dr. Sarang has been a regular speaker at many international conferences, including the recent JavaOne 2011. He is also associated with the University of Mumbai and a few other universities of repute as a visiting/adjunct faculty and Ph.D. advisor in Computer Science. Dr. Sarang is invited to deliver keynotes and technical talks in many international research and technology conferences. Besides Java coding, Dr. Sarang does some architecture work and is also well recognized in Enterprise Architecture space.





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