Java – A Beginner’s Guide (Sixth Edition)

Java A Beginners GuideFree download Java A Beginner’s Guide Sixth Edition in PDF written by Herbert Schildt and published by McGraw Hill Education Publisher.

According to the Author, “The purpose of this book is to teach you the fundamentals of Java programming. It uses a step-by step approach complete with numerous examples, self tests, and projects. It assumes no previous programming experience. The book starts with the basics, such as how to compile and run a Java program. It then discusses the keywords, features, and constructs that form the core of the Java language. You’ll also find coverage of some of Java’s most advanced features, including multi-threaded programming and generics. An introduction to the fundamentals of Swing and JavaFX concludes the book. By the time you finish, you will have a firm grasp of the essentials of Java programming. It is important to state at the outset that this book is just a starting point. Java is more than just the elements that define the language. Java also includes extensive libraries and tools that aid in the development of programs. To be a top-notch Java programmer implies mastery of these areas, too. After completing this book, you will have the knowledge to pursue any and all other aspects of Java. 

Only a few languages have fundamentally reshaped the very essence of programming. In this elite group, one stands out because its impact was both rapid and widespread. This language is, of course, Java. It is not an overstatement to say that the original release of Java 1.0 in 1995 by Sun Micro-systems, Inc., caused a revolution in programming. This revolution radically transformed the Web into a highly interactive environment. In the process, Java set a new standard in computer language design. Over the years, Java has continued to grow, evolve, and otherwise redefine itself. Unlike many other languages, which are slow to incorporate new features, Java has often been at the forefront of computer language development. One reason for this is the culture of innovation and change that ame to surround Java. As a result, Java has gone through several upgrades—some relatively small, others more significant.

This book presents an evenly paced tutorial in which each section builds upon the previous one. It contains 17 chapters, each discussing an aspect of Java. This book is unique because it includes several special elements that reinforce what you are learning.

Table of Contents

  1. Java Fundamentals
  2. Introducing Data Types and Operators
  3. Program Control Statements
  4. Introducing Classes, Objects and Methods
  5. More Data Types and Operators
  6. A Closer Look at Methods and Classes
  7. Inheritance
  8. Packages and Interfaces
  9. Exception Handling
  10. Using I/O
  11. Multi-threaded Programming
  12. Enumerations, Auto-boxing, Static Import and Automation
  13. Generics 
  14. Lambda Expressions and Method References
  15. Applets, Events and Miscellaneous Topics
  16. Introducing Swing
  17. Introducing JavaFX
  18. Answers to Self Tests 
  19. Using Java’s Documentation Comments
  20. Index

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