Java programming should be creative, interesting and fun. Java For Students has all the elements to make this a reality.
This edition is a comprehensive update of the last, bringing Java For Students up to date with the latest developments in teaching introductory programming with Java. The book takes a bottom up approach, starting with the fundamentals of programming before introducing the more complex concepts of objects and classes. Using programs that utilise graphical images throughout, this text demonstrates programming principles to the reader in a tremendously lucid, easy to learn fashion.
This edition uses on Swing throughout to reflect a shift towards Swing rapidly becoming the main technology for Java GUI programming. The authors have also moved to coverage of applications over applets to facilitate the novice programmer’s introduction to Swing. Applets are covered in an appendix.
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'The best book for my first year programming students'
Gary Hill, The University of Northampton
'It is really hard to fault it or find a better book'
Ken Chisholm, Edinburgh Napier University
'An excellent rewarding introduction to Java programming’
Dr Simon Jones, University of Stirling
Java for Students, 4th Edition
Douglas Bell and Mike Parr
The fourth edition of Java for Students follows the highly successful mix of the previous editions. Douglas Bell and Mike Parr take a graphics and GUI-based approach that enables students to program successfully in the Java language.
· NEW! Uses Swing throughout
· NEW! Focusses on applications and the novice programmer’s introduction to Swing. Applets are now covered in an appendix.
· Programs use graphics throughout to demonstrate programming principles to the reader
· Uses UML where appropriate
· Loaded with exercises and self-test questions with solutions
· CD-ROM contains JDK1.4 plus all the examples from the book
· Check out the website for the book at www.booksites.net/bell to find support material for both students and lecturers
About the authors
Douglas Bell and Mike Parr lecture at Sheffield Hallam University in the UK. They have written a number of programming books and continue to teach and learn about programming with enthusiasm.
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