Object-Oriented Programming with Java was developed for students in the science, engineering, and business fields where knowledge of programming is thought to be essential. This text, on modern software development, contains material that is typically covered in a CS1 course. In addition to traditional introductory programming concepts, object-oriented concepts and techniques such as inheritance and polymorphism are presented in a student-friendly manner. Java-related topics such as exception handling and the Java I/O models are carefully treated, and an entire chapter is devoted to Java applets.See File Transfer Protocol FunctionPad class, 570, 573 FunctionPad object, 598 FunctionPad source code, 577-579 Garbage, 361, 362 ... case study, 508-510 proportioning components of, 477 for student management systems, 604 Graphic Interchange Format files. ... 24 Hierarchy object assignment over, 298 Hierarchy class diagrams, 294, 295 Hierarchy diagram superclass/subclass relationship, 291anbsp;...
|Title||:||Object-oriented Programming with Java|
|Author||:||Barry J. Holmes, Daniel T. Joyce|
|Publisher||:||Jones & Bartlett Learning - 2001|