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By: Seth, AnitaContributor(s): Juneja, B. LMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: Chennai: Oxford University Press, 2017Description: xxiii, 1190 pISBN: 9780199459643Subject(s): Program structure - Java | Arrays | Inheritance | Multithreaded programming | Generic programming | NetworkingUDC classification: 681.3.06J Summary: Java-One Step Ahead is a textbook designed for undergraduate students of computer science and information technology as well as MCA. It provides comprehensive coverage of core and advanced Java topics. It aims to build a strong foundation of concepts and efficient programming skills in Java. Divided into 27 chapters, the book begins with fundamentals of OOP concepts. It goes on to discuss the evolution and development of Java programming. Further, Multithreaded programming, Strings, I/O programming, Generic programming, Collections, Applets, and Event handling are explained lucidly. This book offers a detailed coverage of GUI programming, networking, and advanced topics like JDBC, JavaBeans, etc. Frequently asked interview questions, versions of Java, and creating web pages are provided as appendices. The text is interspersed with notes and tips for relevant concepts and programming examples. Plenty of chapter-end exercises are provided for students to practice. Features: Detailed coverage of topics such as AWT and Swings, Event handling, Networking, Generic programming, and Collections Dedicated chapters on advanced topics such as JDBC, Servlets, and Java Beans Complete and tested programs (using JDK 8) given along with their outputs and explanations Notes, cartoon figures, and callouts along with the relevant concepts given throughout the text Separate section on common programming errors and error prevention tips provided to help readers practice good programming style Chapter-end exercises include MCQs, review questions, and programming exercises to help readers apply the learnt concepts Includes debugging exercises, mini projects, and case studies at the end of the chapters to help readers learn implementation of the concepts Online Resources 1.For Faculty PowerPoint slides Lab exercises 2.For Students Additional projects Quizzes List of packages in Java Debugging exercises Model question papers with answers Table of contents Object-oriented Programming and Evolution of Java Program Structure in Java Data Types, Variables, and Operators Control Statements Classes and Objects Methods Arrays Inheritance Interfaces Packages and Java Library Exception Handling String Handling in Java Multithreaded Programming Generic Programming Image Handling in Java Collections Input/Output Streams and File Operations Applets Event Handling Creating GUIs in AWT Windows Drawing in AWT Windows Swing-Part 1 Swing-Part 2 Networking Java Beans Java Servlets Java Database Connectivity
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Includes index (p.181-1190)

Java-One Step Ahead is a textbook designed for undergraduate students of computer science and information technology as well as MCA. It provides comprehensive coverage of core and advanced Java topics. It aims to build a strong foundation of concepts and efficient programming skills in Java. Divided into 27 chapters, the book begins with fundamentals of OOP concepts. It goes on to discuss the evolution and development of Java programming. Further, Multithreaded programming, Strings, I/O programming, Generic programming, Collections, Applets, and Event handling are explained lucidly. This book offers a detailed coverage of GUI programming, networking, and advanced topics like JDBC, JavaBeans, etc. Frequently asked interview questions, versions of Java, and creating web pages are provided as appendices. The text is interspersed with notes and tips for relevant concepts and programming examples. Plenty of chapter-end exercises are provided for students to practice. Features: Detailed coverage of topics such as AWT and Swings, Event handling, Networking, Generic programming, and Collections Dedicated chapters on advanced topics such as JDBC, Servlets, and Java Beans Complete and tested programs (using JDK 8) given along with their outputs and explanations Notes, cartoon figures, and callouts along with the relevant concepts given throughout the text Separate section on common programming errors and error prevention tips provided to help readers practice good programming style Chapter-end exercises include MCQs, review questions, and programming exercises to help readers apply the learnt concepts Includes debugging exercises, mini projects, and case studies at the end of the chapters to help readers learn implementation of the concepts Online Resources 1.For Faculty PowerPoint slides Lab exercises 2.For Students Additional projects Quizzes List of packages in Java Debugging exercises Model question papers with answers Table of contents Object-oriented Programming and Evolution of Java Program Structure in Java Data Types, Variables, and Operators Control Statements Classes and Objects Methods Arrays Inheritance Interfaces Packages and Java Library Exception Handling String Handling in Java Multithreaded Programming Generic Programming Image Handling in Java Collections Input/Output Streams and File Operations Applets Event Handling Creating GUIs in AWT Windows Drawing in AWT Windows Swing-Part 1 Swing-Part 2 Networking Java Beans Java Servlets Java Database Connectivity

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