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Introduction to Java Programming: Core [Paperback]

Y. Daniel Liang

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3 Nov 2004 0131489534 978-0131489530 5

For courses in Java — Introduction to Programming and Object-Oriented Programming.

 

The Fifth Edition of this outstanding text is revised in every detail to enhance clarity, content, presentation, examples, and exercises. Now expanded to include more extensive coverage of advanced Java topics, this new edition is available two ways. Choose the Comprehensive edition (chapters 1-29) that includes the new advanced material or choose the Custom Core version (chapters 1-16) that covers material through exception handling and IO. The early chapters outline the conceptual basis for understanding Java and guide students through simple examples and exercises. Subsequent chapters progressively present Java programming in detail, including using objects for design, culminating with the development of comprehensive Java applications.


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Y. Daniel Liang is the author and editor of the Prentice Hall Liang Java Series. His innovative Java texts have been adopted by many universities throughout the world. Dr. Liang is currently a Yamacraw professor of software engineering in the School of Computing at Armstrong Atlantic State University, Savannah, Georgia.

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Amazon.com: 4.5 out of 5 stars  2 reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars Pretty good introduction for a total beginner 10 Feb 2009
By Marty d'Fried - Published on Amazon.com
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I think this is probably fine for someone that is just starting out with Java, and has no experience with something like C++. It has a lot of examples. Unfortunately, I've been learning on my own for a month, and am an experienced C++ programmer, and I found it to be cumbersome to browse due to all the various samples, illustrations, etc. Concepts are spread out over several pages, so I find I need to spend too much time looking for the sample or figure (numbered independently) that the text is referencing.

Other than that, the explanations seem pretty clear and detailed, which is probably a good thing for a beginner.

Also, the title on Amazon is incorrect... it's "Version", not "Vision".
5.0 out of 5 stars Review for Introduction to Java Programming Core Version 18 May 2012
By D. Sykes - Published on Amazon.com
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I purchased this book because I was taking a beginning Java Programming class where the professor did not recommend a book to use in the class. I found the examples in the book easy to follow and read. They went right along with lectures in the class. I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to take a beginning Java Programming class and needs a book to use as a reference.
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