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Java 7 Programming

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Edition:
1st
ISBN13:

9780071633604

ISBN10:
007163360X
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
2/10/2012
Publisher(s):
McGraw-Hill Osborne Media

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This is the 1st edition with a publication date of 2/10/2012.
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  • The New copy of this book will include any supplemental materials advertised. Please check the title of the book to determine if it should include any CDs, lab manuals, study guides, etc.

Summary

Take your Java skills to the top tier and maximize all the new features and tools in Java 7Java 7 Programmingfeatures hands-on programming exercises and examples based on the author's 10+ years of expertise teaching Java to experienced professionals. The book covers all the new Java 7 features, including multi-lingual support, support for JavaScript and other scripting languages, JavaFX, and several other modifications to the language. You'll find exactly what you need to know in order to integrate these important new features into your skill set.In addition to key details on the new features, the author provides thorough coverage of Java syntax, the event model, threads, network programming, I/O programming, and applets. GUI building in Java is discussed, and the book also includes examples of how to use strings, collections, and several utility classes. This is a comprehensive, expert-level guide to Java 7 programming.Java 7 Programming: Provides advanced coverage of new Java 7 features Is written by a prominent international speaker, author, professor, contributor to major computer journals worldwide, and Java trainer for Sun Covers multi-lingual support, support for JavaScript and other scripting languages, and JavaFX Includes hands-on programming exercises and examples throughoutLearn advanced Java 7 programming skills with coverage of: Java Language Constructs; Operators in Java; Control Flow; Arrays; Classes; Inheritance; Advanced Inheritance Features; Advanced Class Features; Exception Handling in Java; Enumerations, Autoboxing, and Annotations; Generics; Input/Output; Threads; Network Programming; Events; Building GUI; Applets; Collections; Strings; Utility Classes; JavaFX; JDK7 New Features; Installing JDK; Installing NetBeans

Author Biography

Poornachandra Sarang, Ph.D. (Mumbai, India) is a consultant to Sun Microsystems and trains Sun’s corporate clients as well as Sun authorized trainers. He is a post-graduate adjunct professor in the University of Mumbai’s Computer Science department and has been a visiting professor of Computer Engineering at the University of Notre Dame. A Microsoft MVP, Dr. Sarang speaks at international conferences and has written several programming books and articles.

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


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