Murach's Beginning Java 2

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Mike Murach, 2001 - Computers - 712 pages
An exciting, new approach to Java instruction that includes the latest Java releases (1.3.1 and 1.4). In just twenty chapters, you grow from beginner to entry-level professional. Along the way, you learn how to develop GUIs with Swing components; how to work with files; how to use JDBC to work with databases; how to develop applets that are run from Internet browsers; how to work with threads; and much more. It's all there in the unique Murach style that has been training professional programmers for more than 25 years. Includes CD-Rom.

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Contents

Java for graphical user interfaces
1
The essence of Java programming
4
Java language essentials part
36
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

Andrea was a cryptologist with the US Navy before going to work as a C++ programmer at an aerospace company where she designed and developed aircraft systems. With that background, she was surprised to discover how difficult it was to learn Java from the bestselling books. So in Murach's Beginning Java 2, her goal is to save you the time and effort she had to go through. Her next assignment was to upgrade our web site so it used servlets and JSPs instead of Perl. And once again she discovered how difficult the available books make these subjects. That's why she took a new approach in Murach's Java Servlets and JSP that will make it much easier for you to learn Java web programming.

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