Java 1.1: The Complete Reference
Java: The Complete Reference presents a thorough examination of the Java language, its class libraries, and its development environment. Divided into four parts, it gives you clear descriptions, practical examples, and expert techniques for maximizing the performance of your Java applets and applications, including the Java API class library, the Java development environment, and tips for migrating your code from C++ to Java. The final chapters guide you through the development of several practical, high-powered applets.
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