Java All-in-One for Dummies (4th Edition)

Java All in OneFree download Java All-in-One for Dummies Fourth Edition in PDF written by Doug Lowe and published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 

According to the Author, “This book contains all the basic information you need to know to get going with Java programming, starting with writing statements and using variables and ending with techniques for writing programs that use animation and play games. Along the way, you find plenty of not-so-basic information about programming user interfaces, working with classes and objects, creating web applications, and dealing with files and databases.

Java All-in-One For Dummies, 4th Edition, is a reference for all the great things (and maybe a few not-so-great things) that you may need to know when you’re writing Java programs.  In this book, all the information you need is conveniently packaged for you in-between one set of covers. And all of the information is current for the newest release of Java, known as JDK 8. This book doesn’t pretend to be a comprehensive reference for every detail on every possible topic related to Java programming. Instead, it shows you how to get up and running fast so that you have more time to do the things you really want to do. Designed using the easy-to-follow For Dummies format, this book helps you get the information you need without laboring to find it. 

Java All-in-One For Dummies, 4th Edition, is a big book made up of nine smaller books — mini books, if you will. Each of these mini books covers the basics of one key element of programming, such as installing Java and compiling and running programs, or using basic Java statements, or using Swing to write GUI applications.

Whenever one big thing is made up of several smaller things, confusion is always a possibility. That’s why this book has multiple access points. At the beginning is a detailed table of contents that covers the entire book. Then each mini book begins with a mini table of contents that shows you at a mini glance what chapters are included in that mini book. Useful running heads appear at the top of each page to point out the topic discussed on that page. And handy thumb tabs run down the side of the pages to help you find each mini book quickly. Finally, a comprehensive index lets you find information anywhere in the entire book.

Table of Contents

Book 1: Getting Started with Java

  1. Welcome to Java
  2. Installing and Using Java Tools
  3. Working with Text-pad

Book 2: Programming Basics

  1. Java Programming Basics
  2. Working with Variables and Data Types
  3. Working with Variables and Data Types
  4. Working with Numbers and Expressions 
  5. Making Choices
  6. Going Around in Circles (Using Loops)
  7. Pulling a Switcheroo
  8. Adding Some Methods to your Madness
  9. Handling Exceptions

Book 3: Object Oriented Programming

  1. Understanding Object-Oriented Programming
  2. Making your Own Classes
  3. Working with Statics
  4. Using Sub-Classes and Inheritance
  5. Using Abstract Classes and Interfaces
  6. Using the Object and Class Classes
  7. Using Inner Classes, Anonymous Classes and Lambda Expressions
  8. Packaging and Documenting your Classes 

Book 4: Strings, Arrays and Collections

  1. Working with Strings
  2. Using Arrays
  3. Using the Array List Class
  4. Using the Linked List Class
  5. Creating Generic Collection Classes
  6. Using Bulk Data Operations with Collections

Book 5: Programming Techniques

  1. Programming Threads
  2. Network Programming
  3. Using Regular Expressions
  4. Using Recursion
  5. Working with Dates and Times
  6. Using Big Decimals

Book 6: Swing

  1. Swinging into Swing
  2. Handling Events
  3. Getting Input from the User
  4. Choosing from a List
  5. Using Layout Managers

Book 7: Web Programming

  1. Creating Applets
  2. Creating Servlets
  3. Using Java Server Pages

Book 8: Files and Databases

  1. Working with Files
  2. Working with File Streams
  3. Database for $1000, Please…
  4. Using JDBC to Connect to a Database
  5. Working with XML

Book 9: Fun and Games

  1. Fun with Fonts and Colors
  2. Drawing Shapes
  3. Using Images and Sound
  4. Animation and Game Programming

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