How many times have you reached an impasse while writing code because you couldn't remember how something in Java worked? This new pocket guide is designed to keep you moving. Concise, convenient and easy to use, the Java Pocket Guide gives you Java stripped down to its bare essentials -- in fact, it's the only book on Java that you can actually fit in your pocket.
Written by Robert and Patricia Liguori, senior software and lead information engineers for Java-based air traffic management and simulation environments, Java Pocket Guide contains everything you really need to know about Java, particularly everything you need to remember. The book pays special attention to the new areas in Java 5 and 6, such as generics and annotations.
Why do you need the Java Pocket Guide?
Robert Liguori is a Senior Software Engineer and has been developing,maintaining and testing air traffic management systems since 1996. Heis currently the lead developer for several Java based air trafficmanagement applications. Mr. Liguori has a Bachelors degree in ComputerScience and Information Technology from Richard Stockton College of NewJersey and is a Sun Certified Java Professional. He is also theco-founder of the Tech Center Java User Group.
Patricia Liguori is a Lead Information Systems Engineer and has beendeveloping air traffic management systems and simulation environmentssince 1994. She has been working with Java based applications since 1998as well as other technologies including J2EE, relational databases, XML,and XSL. Over the past several years, she has been leading thedevelopment of multi-organizational simulation environments used toconduct aviation research and analyze aviation systems. She holds aB.S. in Business Administration from Duquesne University, a B.S. inComputer Science from the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey and aM.S. in Computer Science from the New Jersey Institute of Technology.
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Descripción O'Reilly Media, 2008. Estado de conservación: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Java Pocket Guide Preface Book Structure Font Conventions Comments and Questions Authors Safari Books Online Acknowledgments Dedication Part I: Language Chapter 1: Naming Conventions 1.1 Class Names 1.2 Interface Names 1.3 Method Names 1.4 Instance and Static Variable Names 1.5 Parameter and Local Variables Names 1.6 Generic Type Parameter Names 1.7 Constant Names 1.8 Enumeration Names 1.9 Package Names 1.10 Acronyms Chapter 2: Lexical Elements 2.1 Unicode and ASCII 2.2 Comments 2.3 Keywords 2.4 Identifiers 2.5 Separators 2.6 Operators 2.7 Literals 2.8 Escape Sequences 2.9 Unicode Currency Symbols Chapter 3: Fundamental Types 3.1 Primitive Types 3.2 Literals for Primitive Types 3.3 Floating-Point Entities 3.4 Numeric Promotion of Primitive Types 3.5 Wrapper Classes 3.6 Autoboxing and Unboxing Chapter 4: Reference Types 4.1 Comparing Reference Types to Primitive Types 4.2 Default Values 4.3 Conversion of Reference Types 4.4 Converting Between Primitives and Reference Types 4.5 Passing Reference Types into Methods 4.6 Comparing Reference Types 4.7 Copying Reference Types 4.8 Memory Allocation and Garbage Collection of Reference Types Chapter 5: Object-Oriented Programming 5.1 Classes and Objects 5.2 Variable Length Argument Lists 5.3 Abstract Classes and Abstract Methods 5.4 Static Data Members, Static Methods, and Static Constants 5.5 Interfaces 5.6 Enumerations 5.7 Annotations Types Chapter 6: Statements and Blocks 6.1 Expression Statements 6.2 Empty Statement 6.3 Blocks 6.4 Conditional Statements 6.5 Iteration Statements 6.6 Transfer of Control 6.7 Synchronized Statement 6.8 Assert Statement 6.9 Exception Handling Statements Chapter 7: Exception Handling 7.1 The Exception Hierarchy 7.2 Checked/Unchecked Exceptions and Errors 7.3 Common Checked/Unchecked Exceptions and Errors 7.4 Exception Handling Keywords 7.5 The Exception Handling Process 7.6 Defining Your Own Exception Class 7.7 Printing Information About Exceptions Chapter 8: Java Modifiers 8.1 Access Modifiers 8.2 Other (Non-Access) Modifiers Part II: Platform Chapter 9: Java Platform, SE 9.1 Common Java SE API Libraries Chapter 10: Development Basics 10.1 Java Runtime Environment <. Nº de ref. de la librería ABE_book_new_0596514190
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