Publisher: PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN: 8120352874
Category: Computers
Page: 604
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This self-readable and highly informative text presents the exhaustive coverage of the concepts of Object Oriented Programming with JAVA. A number of good illustrative examples are provided for each concept supported by well-crafted programs, thus making it useful for even those having no previous knowledge of programming. Starting from the preliminaries of the language and the basic principles of OOP, this textbook moves gradually towards advanced concepts like exception handling, multithreaded programming, GUI support by the language through AWT controls, string handling, file handling and basic utility classes. In addition, the well-planned material in the book acts as a precursor to move towards high-end programming in Java, which includes the discussion of Servlets, Java Server Pages, JDBC, Swings, etc. The book is highly suitable for all undergraduate and postgraduate students of computer science, computer applications, computer science and engineering and information technology. KEY FEATURES Extensive coverage of syllabi of various Indian universities Comprehensive coverage of the OOP concepts and Core Java Explanation of the concepts using simple and expressive language Complete explanation of the working of each program with more emphasis on the core segment of the program Chapter-end summary, over 230 illustrative programs, around 225 review questions, about 190 true/false questions and over 130 programming exercises

Object-Oriented Programming and Java

Author: Danny Poo,Derek Kiong,Swarnalatha Ashok
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1846289629
Category: Computers
Page: 322
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Object-Oriented Programming and Java presents two important topics in contemporary software development: object-oriented programming and Java. This book takes a different teaching approach from most available literature, it begins with the description of real-world object interaction scenarios and explains how they can be translated, represented and executed using object-oriented programming paradigm. Principally, Java is an object-oriented programming language. By establishing a solid foundation in the understanding of object-oriented programming concepts and their applications, the book provides readers with the pre-requisites for writing proper object-oriented programs using Java. Object-Oriented Programming and Java covers the latest in Java technologies and is suitable for undergraduate or postgraduate courses on object-oriented technology, particularly those using Java as a programming language for creating object-oriented programs. The book will also give individual professional developers a head-start in learning the language.


Publisher: PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN: 9788120316201
Category: Computers
Page: 344
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This book is designed to introduce object-oriented programming (OOP) in C++ and Java, and is divided into four areas of coverage: Preliminaries: Explains the basic features of C, C++, and Java such as data types, operators, control structures, storage classes, and array structures. Part I : Covers classes, objects, data abstraction, function overloading, information hiding, memory management, inheritance, binding, polymorphism, class template using working illustrations based on simple concepts. Part II : Discusses all the paradigms of Java programming with ready-to-use programs. Part III : Contains eight Java packages with their full structures. The book offers straightforward explanations of the concepts of OOP and discusses the use of C++ and Java in OOP through small but effective illustrations. It is ideally suited for undergraduate/postgraduate courses in computer science. The IT professionals should also find the book useful.

Object-oriented Programming with Java

An Introduction
Author: David J. Barnes
Publisher: N.A
Category: Computers
Page: 1028
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Written to appeal to both novice and veteran programmers, this complete and well-organized guide to the versatile and popular object-oriented programming language Java shows how to use it as a primary tool in many different aspects of one's programming work. It emphasizes the importance of good programming style—particularly the need to maintain an object's integrity from outside interference—and helps users harness the power of Java in object-oriented programming to create their own interesting and practical every-day applications. Discusses the basics of computer systems, and describes the fundamental elements of the Java language, with complete instructions on how to compile and run a simple program. Introduces fundamental object-oriented concepts, and shows how simple classes may be defined from scratch. Explores Java's exception-handling mechanism, and investigates Java's interface facility (i.e., polymorphism). Covers all Java applications, including use of the Abstract Windowing Toolkit, graphical programming, networking, and simulation. Includes numerous exercises, periodic reviews, case studies, and supporting visuals. For those in the computer science industry.


Publisher: PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN: 9788120327757
Category: Computers
Page: 656
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This practice-oriented text explores the intricacies of Java language in the light of different procedural and object-oriented paradigms. It is primarily focussed on the Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) paradigm using Java as a language. The text begins with the programming overview and introduces the reader to the important object-oriented (OO) terms. It then deals with Java development as well as runtime environment set-up along with the steps of compilation and running of a simple program. The text explains the philosophy of Java by highlighting its core features and demonstrating its advantages over C++. Besides, it covers GUI through Java applets, Swing, as well as concurrency handling and synchronization through threads. A chapter is exclusively devoted to fundamental data structures and their applications in Java. The book shows how Unified Modeling Language (UML) represents objects, classes, components, relationships, and architectural design. This comprehensive and student friendly book is intended as a text for the students of computer science and engineering, computer applications (BCA/MCA), and IT courses.

Understanding Object-oriented Programming with Java

Author: Timothy Budd
Publisher: Pearson Education
ISBN: 9780201787047
Category: Java (Computer program language)
Page: 428
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This book develops the object-oriented programming skills of experienced programmers (at the Junior, Senior or above level) by showing how to use Java 2 (the latest release of Sun's Java platform), and by providing a complete understanding of the philosophy behind Java 2.

Object-oriented programming and Java

Author: Danny C. C. Poo,Derek Beng Kee Kiong
Publisher: Springer Verlag
ISBN: 9789813083967
Category: Computers
Page: 316
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This book teaches two important topics in contemporary software development: object-oriented programming and Java. The book uses a different approach from most of the available literature. It begins with a description of real-world object interaction scenarios and explains how they can be translated, represented, and executed using the object-oriented programming paradigm. After establishing a solid foundation in the object-oriented programming concepts, the book explains the proper implementation using Java. Topics run from "A Quick Tour of Java" to "Graphical Interfaces and Windows," to "Java Database Connectivity," and much more.

The Essence of Object-oriented Programming with Java and UML

Author: Bruce E. Wampler
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional
ISBN: 9780201734102
Category: Computers
Page: 290
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CD-ROM contains: Complete Java source code for book's examples -- Complete Personal edition of Borland's JBuilder 5 for Windows, Linux, or Solaris -- VIDE -- Emacs for Windows -- VIM for Windows -- JUnit 3.7.

Object Oriented Programming In Java (With Cd)

Author: Dr. G.T.Thampi
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9788177229240
Category: Java (Computer program language)
Page: 540
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This book introduces the Java Programming Language ad explains how to create Java applications and applets. It also discusses various Java programming concepts, such as Object Oriented Programming (OOP), arrays as Data Structure, inheritance, multithreaded programming, and HTML Programming. Chapter 1: Java FundamentalsChapter 2: Working with Java Members and Flow Control StatementsChapter 3: Working with Arrays, Vectors, Strings, and Wrapper ClassesChapter 4: Exception Handling and I/O OperationsChapter 5: Implementing Inheritance in JavaChapter 6: Multithreading and Packages in JavaChapter 7: Working with AppletsChapter 8: Window-Based Applications in Java

Interactive Object Oriented Programming in Java

Learn and Test Your Skills
Author: Vaskaran Sarcar
Publisher: Apress
ISBN: 1484225449
Category: Computers
Page: 211
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Discover object oriented programming with Java in this unique tutorial. This book uses Java and Eclipse to write and generate output for examples in topics such as classes, interfaces, overloading, and overriding. Interactive Object Oriented Programming in Java uniquely presents its material in a dialogue with the reader to encourage thinking and experimentation. Later chapters cover further Java programming concepts, such as abstract classes, packages, and exception handling. At each stage you’ll be challenged by the author to help you absorb the information and become a proficient Java programmer. Additionally, each chapter contains simple assignments to encourage you and boost your confidence level. What You Will Learn Become proficient in object oriented programming Test your skills in the basics of Java Develop as a Java programmer Use the Eclipse IDE to write your code Who This Book Is For Software developers and software testers.

Object Oriented Programming in Java

Author: Stephen Gilbert,Bill McCarty
Publisher: N.A
Category: Computers
Page: 953
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Aimed at beginning to intermediate programmers, this text prepares readers for actual software development by covering the Java language comprehensively. It covers basic programming concepts, testing and debugging, and the AWT library.

Object Oriented Programming with Java

Author: Neha Kaul
Publisher: Arcler Press
ISBN: 9781773612089
Page: 388
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Java is a language that is very well suited to object oriented programming and design. Java applications are stand-alone applications similar to the application we develop using other object oriented languages such as C++, .Net etc. This book describes the Java language as its purpose is to teach the basics of object-oriented programming. In this book, we introduce the java language as its design is clean and easy to follow. The creators of this language took a fresh, minimalistic perspective and approach towards the design of this language. They included only useful, indispensible features and eliminated features that do not add value or are redundant. This innovative approach taken by them makes Java an easier language to learn and master and provides an edge over alternative programming languages. This language is an ideal, useful instrument to teach the fundamentals of object oriented programming and hence has been chosen for this book.This book covers the fundamentals of Java and object oriented programming and shows how well they work together. Several programming samples; tested against the latest Java version 8.0 have been provided.

Object-oriented Programming in JAVA

Author: Martin Kalin
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9780130198594
Category: Computers
Page: 641
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KEY FEATURES: Up-to-date Java 2 coverage, including coverage of the Swing Set Graphics, servlets, RMI, CORBA, Java beans, and networking topics such as security and encryption. Object-oriented programming is introduced in Chapter One and readers start to use and apply these concepts in Chapter Two. The pedagogy of the book is strongly reinforced by way of more than 600 section review exercises, including answers to all odd-numbered exercises. In addition, the book contains over 500 examples, 200 of which are complete programs. Over a dozen extended sample applications are included, which emphasize (a) problem statement, (b) problem solution, (c) Java implementation, (d) detailed discussion of the Sample Application, and (e) program development principles. Provides a comprehensive supplement package, including an Instructor CD, PowerPoint Slides, and a Companion Website.

A Comprehensive Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming with Java

Author: C. Thomas Wu
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
ISBN: 9780073317083
Category: Computers
Page: 1189
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A Comprehensive Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming with Java provides an accessible and technically thorough introduction to the basics of programming using java. The text takes a truly object-oriented approach. Objects are used early so that students think in objects right from the beginning. The text focuses on showing students a consistent problem solving approach.

Fundamentals of Object-Oriented Programming in Java

Author: Permanand Mohan
Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
ISBN: 9781482587524
Category: Computers
Page: 476
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This book aims to present the concepts and techniques of object-oriented programming as simply as possible so that it can be easily understood and mastered by beginners. The emphasis is on presenting concepts at the right time and with the right amount of detail to encourage learning and mastery of the material. The book does not focus on the Java programming language; rather, Java is used as a vehicle to implement the object-oriented concepts presented in the book.To help readers become familiar with the Java programming language, the book starts off by describing the basic features of the language. These include data types and variables, arrays, control structures (if, while, for, etc.), and performing input and output. Several exercises have been carefully designed so that readers can get up to speed with Java as quickly as possible.The book strikes a good balance between theory and practice. Some object-oriented concepts often require lengthy explanations for beginners to fully understand the concepts. Based on years of experience in teaching object-oriented programming, the book condenses long explanations in favour of providing real examples which show how the concepts are implemented in an object-oriented program. Thus, detailed code examples are liberally interspersed with theoretical descriptions throughout the book. One of the unique features of the book is that it contains five chapters (called “Programming Projects”) which explain how to build a complete object-oriented program based on the material presented in the other chapters. These chapters appear when all the relevant material required for writing the program has been thoroughly discussed in the preceding chapters. Each of the five chapters starts by describing the problem in narrative form. The chapter then gives a detailed definition of the functionality required. Next, the chapter explains how the functionality can be implemented using the object-oriented concepts presented earlier in the book. The chapter ends with a complete working Java program that solves the problem described. Often, alternative solutions are presented so that readers will be aware that there are competing ways to implement an object-oriented program with different trade-offs. Another unique feature of the book is that that new material is not used or referenced before it has been discussed. The book is essentially incremental in nature so that new concepts being introduced always build on earlier concepts. Thus, readers are only exposed to new concepts or language features when pre-requisite material has been completely discussed. Also, great care has been taken to avoid the use of programming language features which, though very useful for advanced programmers, can make it harder for a beginner to focus on and learn the object-oriented principles being imparted.This book is based on the experience gained from many years of teaching object-oriented programming to beginners who know another programming language. It is likely to benefit readers who are looking for a good, practical introduction to object-oriented programming in Java, in an easy-to-understand format.

Java with Object-oriented Programming

Author: Paul S. Wang
Publisher: Course Technology Ptr
Category: Computers
Page: 575
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Paul Wang's JAVA WITH OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING eases students into an understanding of the object-oriented paradigm from the very first page, just as he does in JAVA WITH OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING WITH WORLDWIDE WEB APPLICATIONS, on which this new book is modeled. After the early chapters that present classes and Java features and constructs, Wang introduces new object-oriented concepts throughout the book, while clearly showing how Java addresses these issues. He also goes the extra step of including case studies to illustrate how Java and object-oriented programming are applied. Early in the book, Wang introduces students to a case study involving a pocket calculator. This case study is revisited throughout the book as students learn new aspects of object–oriented programming and the Java language. The book then concludes with a chapter on some of the processes associated with object–oriented design. As a result, students are able to fully grasp the concepts they learn.