Java Programming: An IS Perspective

Java Programming: An IS Perspective

By: Jan L. Harrington (author)Paperback

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An introduction to Java programming specifically designed for IS, CIS, and MIS students, using step-by-step approach. Readers should learn what it means for a program to be object-oriented, how to structure classes, and how to write methods using Java's structured programming elements. Topics also include: data types and variable declarations, typecasting, the structure of Java methods, structured elements, and inheritance. They will then proceed to the more advanced topics presented including: writing event-driven GUI programs, preparing applets for the World Wide Web, one- and two- dimensional arrays, stream I/O and exception handling, and multi-threading and animation.

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Introducing Java and the Object-Oriented Paradigm. Running Java. Variables and Data Types. Writing and Using Methods (Part I). Writing Methods (Part II). Inheritance. Event-Driven Programming and the Graphic User Interface. Arrays and Vectors. Containers. Applets. Enhancing the GUI. File I/O and Exception Handling. Images, Animation, and Threads. Glossary. Index.

Product Details

  • publication date: 16/01/1998
  • ISBN13: 9780471196655
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 444
  • ID: 9780471196655
  • weight: 754
  • ISBN10: 0471196657

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