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题名:
Core Java Volume I--Fundamentals
作者:
Horstmann, Cay S
中文译名:
核心Java第一卷——基础
ISBN:
9780135166307
丛书名:
出版社:
Prentice Hall 2018
类别:
计算机科学 
专题:
计算机科学;
装帧:
Paperback;
荐购次数:
0   正常供货,3个月到货
价格:
USD 59.99
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内容简介
Biographical Note:Cay S. Horstmann is a professor of computer science at San Jose State University and a Java Champion. He is also the author of Core Java(R), Volumes I and II , Eleventh Edition (forthcoming from Pearson in 2018), Core Java SE 9 for the Impatient,Second Edition (Addison-Wesley, 2018), and Scala for the Impatient, Second Edition (Addison-Wesley, 2017). He has written more than a dozen other books for professional programmers and computer science students.Table of Contents: Preface xix Acknowledgments xxvChapter 1: An Introduction to Java 11.1 Java as a Programming Platform 1 1.2 The Java "White Paper" Buzzwords 2 1.3 Java Applets and the Internet 9 1.4 A Short History of Java 10 1.5 Common Misconceptions about Java 13Chapter 2: The Java Programming Environment 172.1 Installing the Java Development Kit 18 2.2 Using the Command-Line Tools 23 2.3 Using an Integrated Development Environment 29 2.4 JShell 32Chapter 3: Fundamental Programming Structures in Java 373.1 A Simple Java Program 38 3.2 Comments 41 3.3 Data Types 42 3.4 Variables and Constants 48 3.5 Operators 52 3.6 Strings 62 3.7 Input and Output 75 3.8 Control Flow 86 3.9 Big Numbers 105 3.10 Arrays 108Chapter 4: Objects and Classes 1254.1 Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming 126 4.2 Using Predefined Classes 131 4.3 Defining Your Own Classes 141 4.4 Static Fields and Methods 156 4.5 Method Parameters 163 4.6 Object Construction 170 4.7 Packages 180 4.8 JAR Files 192 4.9 Documentation Comments 198 4.10 Class Design Hints 204Chapter 5: Inheritance 2075.1 Classes, Superclasses, and Subclasses 208 5.2 Object: The Cosmic Superclass 232 5.3 Generic Array Lists 248 5.4 Object Wrappers and Autoboxing 256 5.5 Methods with a Variable Number of Parameters 260 5.6 Enumeration Classes 261 5.7 Reflection 264 5.8 Design Hints for Inheritance 290Chapter 6: Interfaces, Lambda Expressions, and Inner Classes 2956.1 Interfaces 296 6.2 Lambda Expressions 322 6.3 Inner Classes 340 6.4 Service Loaders 360 6.5 Proxies 362Chapter 7: Exceptions, Assertions, and Logging 3717.1 Dealing with Errors 372 7.2 Catching Exceptions 381 7.3 Tips for Using Exceptions 396 7.4 Using Assertions 399 7.5 Logging 403 7.6 Debugging Tips 425Chapter 8: Generic Programming 4318.1 Why Generic Programming? 432 8.2 Defining a Simple Generic Class 434 8.3 Generic Methods 437 8.4 Bounds for Type Variables 438 8.5 Generic Code and the Virtual Machine 441 8.6 Restrictions and Limitations 447 8.7 Inheritance Rules for Generic Types 457 8.8 Wildcard Types 459 8.9 Reflection and Generics 467Chapter 9: Collections 4819.1 The Java Collections Framework 482 9.2 Interfaces in the Collections Framework 492 9.3 Concrete Collections 494 9.4 Maps 519 9.5 Views and Wrappers 532 9.6 Algorithms 541 9.7 Legacy Collections 552Chapter 10: Graphical User Interface Programming 56510.1 A History of Java User Interface Toolkits 565 10.2 Displaying Frames 567 10.3 Displaying Information in a Component 574 10.4 Event Handling 598 10.5 The Preferences API 624Chapter 11: User Interface Components with Swing 63111.1 Swing and the Model-View-Controller Design Pattern 632 11.2 Introduction to Layout Management 636 11.3 Text Input 643 11.4 Choice Components 651 11.5 Menus 671 11.6 Sophisticated Layout Management 690 11.7 Dialog Boxes 706Chapter 12: Concurrency 73312.1 What Are Threads? 734 12.2 Thread States 739 12.3 Thread Properties 743 12.4 Synchronization 750 12.5 Thread-Safe Collections 781 12.6 Tasks and Thread Pools 800 12.7 Asynchronous Computations 814 12.8 Processes 831Appendix: Java Keywords 839Index 843 Publisher Marketing:The #1 Java Guide for Serious Programmers: Fully Updated for Java SE 9, 10 & 11 For serious programmers,Core Java, Volume I--Fundamentals, Eleventh Edition, is the definitive guide to writing robust, maintainable code. Whether you're using Java SE 9, 10, or 11, it will help you achieve a deep and practical understanding of the language and API, and its hundreds of realistic examples reveal the most powerful and effective ways to get the job done.Cay Horstmann's updated examples reflect Java's long-awaited modularization, showing how to write code that's easier to manage and evolve. You'll learn how to use JShell's new Read-Eval-Print Loop (REPL) for more rapid and exploratory development, and apply key improvements to the Process API, contended locking, logging, and compilation.In this first of two volumes, Horstmann offers in-depth coverage of fundamental Java and UI programming, including objects, generics, collections, lambda expressions, Swing design, concurrency, and functional programming. If you're an experienced programmer moving to Java SE 9, 10, or 11, there's no better source for expert insight, solutions, and code. Master foundational techniques, idioms, and best practices for writing superior Java codeLeverage the power of interfaces, lambda expressions, and inner classesHarden programs through effective exception handling and debuggingWrite safer, more reusable code with generic programmingImprove performance and efficiency with Java's standard collectionsBuild cross-platform GUIs with the Swing toolkitFully utilize multicore processors with Java's improved concurrencySee Core Java, Volume II--Advanced Features, Eleventh Edition (ISBN-13: 978-0-13-516631-4), for expert coverage of Java 9, 10, and 11 enterprise features, the module system, annotations, networking, security, and advanced UI programming.Register your book for convenient access to downloads, updates, and/or corrections as they become available. See inside book for details.