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Java: A Beginner's Guide by Herbert Schildt
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Java: A Beginner's Guide

by Herbert Schildt

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Learn the fundamentals of Java 2 programming from renowned Java genius Herb Schildt. Discover why Java is the preeminent language of the Internet, how to use object-oriented programming, and how to write programs with the general form of Java. Coverage includes advanced topics such as inheritance, exception handling, the I/O system, applets, and much more.

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Java works in almost every situation, from small hand-held devices right up to supercomputers. This text has been tailored to meet the needs of the beginning Java programmer, with hands-on coverage, step-by-step instructions and tutorials.

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