Thinking in Java, 4th Edition (Bruce Eckel)

 
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Thinking in Java, 4th Edition (Bruce Eckel)

Programmers from all around the world praise Thinking in Java for its exceptional clarity, meticulous organization, and concise, straightforward programming examples.

Thinking in Java is intended to instruct, one straightforward step at a time, covering everything from the basics of Java syntax to its most sophisticated capabilities.

The third edition of Thinking in Java continues the preceding edition's careful approach to learning Java inside and out while also bringing it up to date with some of the most recent Java 2 features, making it ideal for moving to Java from another object-oriented language (such as C++). This extensive tutorial explores many of the language's nuances and is quite useful for programmers.

The book's meticulous and incredibly extensive explanation of the Java language, with a focus on object design, stands out as its most notable quality. (For instance, 10 pages of sample code demonstrate every operator that is offered.) This book contains some of the best thinking about objects, including when to use composition instead of inheritance.

The intricate aspects of Java's class definition are fully explained. Any expert will enjoy the content on interfaces, inner classes, and designing for reuse. Additionally, each lesson includes sample activities that you may use to practice and advance your Java skills.

Ebook Details

Author(s)
About the Authors
Author, consultant, and computer programmer Bruce Eckel all work together. His two best-known books, Thinking in Java and Thinking in C++, are geared toward programmers who want to learn Java or C++, especially those who have minimal background in object-oriented programming. Eckel served on the ANSI/ISO C++ standard committee's founding committee.
Publisher
Published
Published Date / Year
4 edition (February 20, 2006)
Hardcover
1150 pages
eBook Format
PDF (1079 pages), ePub, Kindle, etc.
Language
English
ISBN-10
0131872486
ISBN-13
978-0131872486

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