An Introduction to Object-oriented Programming with Java

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Wu's book provides a gentle introduction to programming using java as the implementation language. With many jobs available in computer programming, people are eager to learn, and this book gives them the handles they will need. Wu's use of what he calls "object diagrams" to explain the basics of programming, make his visual approach far superior to that of the competition.

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Contents

Introduction to Computers and Programming Languages
1
Introduction to ObjectOriented Programming
15
Numerical Data
83
Defining Instantiable Classes
139
Processing Input with Applets
191
Selection Statements
229
Repetition Statements
289
Arrays
411
Sorting and Searching
481
File Input and Output
519
Reusable Classes and Packages
559
GUI Objects and EventDriven Programming
603
Inheritance and Polymorphism
657
Recursive Algorithms
797
The javabook Package
819
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