Core Java 2: Fundamentals

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Sun Microsystems Press, 2003 - Computers - 728 pages
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-- Concentrates on the fundamental concepts of the Java language.

-- Features a completely new chapter that summarizes key changes in the 1.4 Release that will make the transition from 1.3 painless!

-- New review questions and practice exercises.

Core Java 2, Volume I continues to deliver the real-world guidance developers need to build sophisticated, production-quality Java applications. Updated to cover new features and functions in Release 1.4 of J2SE, it delivers detailed coverage of: Object-oriented programming, Reflection and proxies, Interfaces and inner classes, The event listener model, Graphical user interface design with the Swing UI toolkit, Exception handling and Stream input/output and object serialization. For full coverage of J2SE 1.4 enterprise features and advanced user-interface programming, Core Java 2, Vol. II (0-13-092738-4) is the ideal companion and a complete resource for the latest: Multithreading, Network programming, Distributed objects, Collection classes, Databases, Advanced graphics, Advanced GUI components, Internationalization, Native methods, and JavaBeans.

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Ótimo livro, recomendo a todos que estão se iniciando na linguagem java.
Embora um tanto técnico, o livro ensina diversas "manhas" da linguagem, além de utilizar exemplos de outras linguagens.

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It covers most aspects of Java, maybe a little shallow on some topics, but already good enough for intermediate level programmers. It might be a little bit difficult for beginners. The author had to ... Read full review



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CAY HORSTMANN teaches computer science at San Jose State University. He has written six books on C++, Java, and object-oriented development and is the series editor for Prentice Hall PTR's best-selling Core Series.

GARY CORNELL has written or co-written over 20 popular computer books. He has a Ph.D. from Brown University and has been a visiting scientist at IBM Watson Labs as well as a professor at the University of Connecticut.

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