Thinking in Java

Thinking in Java
Thinking in Java is published by in February 2006. This book has 1150 pages in English, ISBN-13 978-0131872486.

The legendary author Bruce Eckel brings Java to life with this extraordinarily insightful, opinionated and downright funny introduction. Thinking in Java introduces all of the language’s fundamentals, one step at a time, using to-the-point code examples. More than virtually any other book, Thinking in Java helps you understand not just what to do — but why. Eckel introduces all the basics of objects as Java uses them; then walks carefully through the fundamental concepts underlying all Java programming — including program flow, initialization and cleanup, hiding implementations, reusing classes and polymorphism. Using extensive, to-the-point examples, he introduces error handling, exceptions, Java I/O, run-time type identification, and passing and returning objects. He covers the Java AWT, multithreading, network programming with Java — even design patterns. The best way to understand the real value of this book is to hear what readers of the online version have been saying about it: “much better than any other Java book I’ve seen, by an order of magnitude…” “mature, consistent, intellectually honest, well-written and precise…” “a thoughtful, penetrating analytical tutorial which doesn’t kowtow to the manufacturers…” “Thank you again for your awesome book. I was really floundering, but your book has brought me up to speed as quickly as I could read it!”For both beginner and experienced C and C++ programmers who want to learn Java.
* From the basics of object development, all the way to design patterns and other advanced topics.
* By the author of the best-selling Thinking in C++ — winner of the 1995 Jolt Cola Award!
* On-line version has already received tens of thousands of hits — there’s a huge built-in demand for this book!

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