This work explains how to write Java programs and how to invoke a Java Program from the WWW browser. It uses examples from a range of applications, including information processing, games, scientific calculations and artificial intelligence.
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Key Benefit: Java for Students emphasizes the use of applets but also shows how to program free-standing applications. Key Topics: Throughout the text, programs that use graphical images are emphasized to clearly demonstrate all the important programming principles. Covers the powerful features of Java and presents the language to students as both a fun and useful tool. Uses examples from a range of applications, including information processing, games, scientific calculations, and even AI. Market: Student of introductory courses in Programming with Java.About the Author:
Douglas Bell and Mike Parr have based the book on courses they teach at Sheffield Hallam University. They have also authored student texts on C# and VB .NET, and Douglas Bell is also the author of Software Engineering for Students, now in its fourth edition.
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Book Description Prentice-Hall. Book Condition: New. pp. 570. Bookseller Inventory # 58131048