Object-oriented Programming with Java: Essentials and Applications

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Tata McGraw-Hill Education, 2009 - Java (Computer program language) - 649 pages
This book covers fundamentals of Object Oriented Programming with Java at both basic and advanced levels. Replete with numerous solved examples and practical problems, it offers a balanced treatment of theory and practice for developing desktop, enterprise, and web applications.
 

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Contents

Preface
1
Arrays
6
Java Platform and Program Structure
33
Lexical Elements of Java
56
Operators and Expressions
74
Control Flow Statements
97
Classes and Objects
166
Inheritance
205
Graphical Programming
388
Advanced GUI Programming and Applets
442
RMI Programming
481
JDBC Programming
499
Java Servlet Programming
522
Java Server Pages and Java Beans
553
Project APublishing House A utomation
595
Project BBank A utomation System
603

Interfaces and Packages
236
Exception Handling
262
Strings and Collections
281
Streams and IO Programming
318
Socket Programming
346
Multithreaded Programming
364
Eclipse IDE
612
Answers to Objective Questions
619
Glossary
631
ASCII Table
642
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