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Java(tm) with Object-Oriented Programming

by Paul S. Wang

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In his newest programming book, Paul Wang provides complete coverage of Java programming, from basic concepts and procedures to advanced topics. This is one of the first Java books that is written as a text, not just as a professional reference, making it much more logical and readable than most trade books. Designed for readers with prior programming experience, the book introduces OOP, graphical user interfaces, networking, multithreading, and event-driven programming. These concepts and techniques are applied to the development of interesting programs and Java applets, with the careful attention to practical implementation details that has marked Wang's popular books on C, C++, and UNIX. Concepts and techniques are illustrated with complete, ready-to-run examples. This book makes an excellent choice for courses in Web programming or software engineering, as well as junior, senior or graduate-level Java courses and professional reference.

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