Core JAVA: An Integrated Approach is a guide to Java for beginners, written in simple language.
Summary Of The Book
With a majority rule over the complete software industry, it is very evident that an in-depth knowledge of JAVA is a very crucial factor for software and IT professionals. Core JAVA: An Integrated Approach considers new learners while explaining the concepts of Java in a simple and straightforward manner.
Once the user is through with the book, they can write at least simple Java programs on their own. Therefore, the book provides them with a head-start. The book does not offer vague explanations, rather, it gives exact descriptions of all the important concepts discussed. There are several examples in the book to help students overcome their fear of programming. There also are many questions featured that can be asked during interviews, which help students in the future or while facing interviews.
The book contains chapters on Networks, Java Programming, Data Types, Operators, Control Statements, Strings, Arrays, Input and Output, Exception Handling, Interfaces, Type Casting, Packages, String Builder, String Buffer, Files, Streams, Graphics Programming, Java Database Connectivity, Applets and Polymorphism. With 32 chapters in all, the author has arranged all these chapters in the increasing order of their complexity. The first few chapters solely aim at introducing the readers to the world of Java, focussing on increasing their knowledge levels and ensuring that they are clear when it comes to the the fundamentals of the language.
On the other hand, the last few chapters are completely focussed on providing an advanced learning of the language. The book does not focus on a particular version, but is dedicated to explaining the major concepts of the language, therefore, it is good to go for users of any version of Java.
About R. Nageswara Rao
R. Nageswara Rao has been a teacher of computer science at several reputed colleges for two decades.
Another book by the author is The Ultimate C: Concepts, Programs And Interview Questions.
The author has worked as a freelance developer in the past for several organizations, and also interacts with students and trainers frequently. At present, he works with INet Solv Solutions, a specialized, prestigious training organization that provides training in Java at Hyderabad. He also writes for Computer Vignanam, a Telugu magazine about computer knowledge that is circulated every month. He has written articles on Mobile Communication, Virtual Reality, Global Positioning System, Bluetooth Technology, JAVA and C++.
· All About Networks
· Introduction To Java
· First Step Towards Java Programming
· Naming Conventions And Data Types
· Operators In Java
· Control Statements In Java
· Input And Output
· String Buffer And String Builder
· Introduction To Oops
· Classes And Objects
· Methods In Java
· Relationship Between Objects
· Type Casting
· Abstract Classes
· Exception Handling
· Wrapper Classes
· The Collection Framework
· Streams And Files
· Networking In Java
· Graphics Programming Using AWT
· Graphics Programming Using Swing
· Graphics Programming - Layout Managers
· Generic Types
· Java Database Connectivity
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