For introductory courses in Java Programming for business and CIS students.
Written by a highly successful teacher and author, this text teaches students how to program in Java from the beginning. Exceptionally readable and student-oriented, it requires no previous programming knowledge and introduces object-oriented programming gently—after students have mastered basic programming concepts.
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“This is an excellent book. After reading so many that are not, or are at best just adequate, this book really tries (and most often succeeds) to reach the student-a seemingly often forgotten part of the intro text equation. The chapters are sensible, well paced, and well organized. The use of graphic modules throughout will be very effective. It was a brilliant idea.”
—Dr. M.C.Schraefel, University of Victoria
“The material is very readable, clear, rich in terms of examples, excellent learning format, and so forth. I really like the presentation.”
—Alan L. Eliason, Graduate School of Management at Willamette University
Java has become a premier programming language because of its portability, Internet programming capabilities, and object-orientation. Emphasizing problem-solving techniques, this successful author takes advantage of Java's object-orientation and built-in graphics to teach students and professionals how to program.
Author of 19 textbooks and winner of two prestigious college and university teaching excellence awards, STAUGAARD knows what will work in your introductory Java class.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 1999. Textbook Binding. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # SONG0130108065