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by Chip Weems,Mark R. Headington,Nell B. Dale

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0763704903
Author:
Chip Weems,Mark R. Headington,Nell B. Dale
Category:
Programming
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jones & Bartlett Publishers (March 1, 2003)
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789 pages
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After introducing the very basics of programming, the text provides detail on Java syntax, semantics, classes and objects, and then continues with coverage of arithmetic expressions, selection and encapsulation, file objects and looping statements, and object oriented software design and implementation. Through the case studies, exercises, and programming examples, readers develop a secure foundation for future study, and a true understanding of what an object is, how it works, and what constitutes a well-designed class interface.

Algorithm Instructions for solving a problem in a finite amount of time using a finite amount of data. Module A self-contained collection of steps that solves a problem or subproblem; it can contain both concrete and abstract steps

Algorithm Instructions for solving a problem in a finite amount of time using a finite amount of data. Anonymous object An object that is instantiated but not assigned to an identifier and, therefore, lacks a name. Argument An expression used for communicating values to a method. Module A self-contained collection of steps that solves a problem or subproblem; it can contain both concrete and abstract steps. Mutable Object An object whose state can be changed after it is created. Named constant (symbolic constant) A location in memory, referenced by an identifier, that contains a data value that cannot be changed.

Problem-Solving Case Studies A full development of a problem from its statement to a working Java application is developed in each case study. In chapters beginning with 6, the CRC Card design strategy is employed to develop object-oriented designs that are then translated into code. Test plans and sample test data are also presented for many of these case studies.

Introduction to Programming with Java: A Problem Solving Approach The price was also better than my University book store (50% mark down). I got an "A" in the course.

Introduction to Programming with Java: A Problem Solving Approach. This book can be bought for very cheap now and I highly recommend it if you are new to java in addition to whatever text you're taking for your class. Even if you're learning on your own and going through the Oracle tutorials it can be very hard to understand what they're talking about without background knowledge. The price was also better than my University book store (50% mark down).

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Items related to Programming and Problem Solving with Java. Nell Dale received a . in Mathematics and Psychology from the University of Houston in 1960, a . in Mathematics from the University of Texas at Austin in 1964, and a P. Dale, Nell . Chip Weems; Mark R. Headington Programming and Problem Solving with Java. ISBN 13: 9780763704902. in Computer Sciences from the University of Texas at Austin in 1972. She has been on the faculty at the University of Texas at Austin since 1975. She retired from full-time teaching in the summer of 1994 and is now teaching each Fall semester and spending the Spring and Summer writing and traveling.

Dale, Nell B. Programming and problem solving with Java, Nell Dale, Chip Weems, Mark Headington. p. cm. Includes index. II. Headington, Mark R. III. Title. J38D346 2003 00. 3’3-dc21.

Nell B. Dale, Chip Weems. Programming and Problem Solving with Java (Paperback). Published March 1st 2003 by Jones & Bartlett Publishers. ISBN: 0763734020 (ISBN13: 9780763734022). Paperback, 789 pages. Author(s): Nell B. ISBN: 0763704903 (ISBN13: 9780763704902).

Programming and Problem Solving with JavaT is an excellent resource for discovering Java as a first programming language. After introducing the very basics of programming, the text provides detail on Java syntax, semantics, classes and objects, and then continues with coverage of arithmetic expressions, selection and encapsulation, file objects and looping statements, and object oriented software design and implementation. With an unparalleled clarity of expression, the authors then introduce inheritance, polymorphism, and scope, as well as event-driven input and output, arrays, and recursion. Through the case studies, exercises, and programming examples, readers develop a secure foundation for future study, and a true understanding of what an object is, how it works, and what constitutes a well-designed class interface.
  • Mazuzahn
I'm actually really surprised at the one star reviews for this book. I agree the book does go step by little step, which can be frustrating if you are familiar with programming at all or catch on really fast. I'm currently finishing up Java 2 at school (with perfect scores on all my assignments) while using the book Java Programming by Joyce Farrell. I could not have done a single assignment after Chapter 3 without looking online with that book because it's just horrible at explaining concepts and bringing it all together.

This book starts from the very beginning, explaining just about everything. Sure, it may seem slow moving but in my experience down the line learning the most minute things will pay off. I'm learning about swing and gui applications, yet until I started reading this book I had to constantly search only for advice about syntax, structure, how constructors work, how methods work, etc. Once you start getting into multiple methods, super classes, and a host of java classes it can get really confusing really fast. This book slowly walks you through things and is very upfront about what it doesn't offer (such as a lot about applets).

This book can be bought for very cheap now and I highly recommend it if you are new to java in addition to whatever text you're taking for your class. Even if you're learning on your own and going through the Oracle tutorials it can be very hard to understand what they're talking about without background knowledge. This book provides that.
  • Bluecliff
This book goes too in depth into aspects of Computer Engineering that doesn't really pertain and doesn't spend enough effort explaining java code. Many of the examples work off of the examples in past chapters, so you can't skip anything. In addition, many updates to past chapter's codes are given in the same form a code examples that are shown for explanation purposes only, so you will skip code updates and not realize it until later code won't compile. Other code update examples are given without specifying which class they go to. However, they do include the source code for the book to help you unscramble the mess.

Despite the many problems with the books examples, it is still a good book for absolute beginners with little computer knowledge, but for the price there are better books out there. If you have some preexisting knowledge, I've been using Core Java Fundamentals; it's a much better book at a much lower price. (I had to buy this book for a college Java class.)
  • Qusicam
A good book on Java. One of the only college textbooks that I decided to keep. I used the Eclipse IDE and followed along just fine. Will probably go back to this book when I go back to Java.
  • Cheber
This book is very easy reading. Full of great examples. The price was also better than my University book store (50% mark down). I got an "A" in the course. Thanks AMAZON!!!!
  • Daigami
The wrapping to protect the book was thoughtful.
The book condition is brand new.
I am happy with my purchase.
  • ZEr0
okay
  • Voodoozragore
Used for my classes
Great! Thanks!