Barron's AP Computer Science: Levels A and AB

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Barron's Educational Series, 2006 - Computers - 719 pages
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Four full-length practice exams reflect the latest AP Computer Science exams in subject matter, length, and degree of difficulty. All come with answers explained. Two are level A exams and the remaining two are level AB exams. This manual also presents a subject review with more than 500 multiple-choice questions. It covers all AP computer science topics, including the new Java 5.0 language features; classes and objects; inheritance and polymorphism; program design and analysis; one- and two-dimensional arrays; recursion; linked lists; stacks, queues, and priority queues; trees; collections; and sorting and searching. A separate chapter reviews the Marine Biology Simulation Case Study.
 

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Contents

Introductory Java Language Features
1
Classes and Objects
33
Inheritance and Polymorphism
70
Some Standard Classes
109
Program Design and Analysis
144
Chapters Arrays and Array Lists
171
Recursion
224
Linked Lists
250
Collections
360
Sorting and Searching
412
The Marine Biology Simulation Case Study
454
Practice Exam One
507
Practice Exam Two
555
Practice Exam Three
601
Practice Exam Four
653
Appendix A Glossary of Useful Computer Terms
708

Doubly Linked Lists
260
Stacks and Queues
292
Trees
321

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