Java, Java, Java: Object-Oriented Problem Solving offers a robust, accessible, and flexible problem-solving approach to Java programming by introducing objects early to ensure that readers can benefit from a "big picture" perspective. This book assists students and professionals with their most challenging problem as beginning programmers: object abstraction, or how to use interacting objects and methods.
The text uses a top-down approach to focus on problem decomposition and program design from the beginning. It is this methodology-along with its lucid and engaging exercises and analogies- that sets this book apart.
Morelli introduces some of Java's advanced features including GUIs (e.g. AWT and Swing), exceptions, threads, files, and sockets. Because Of this resource's adaptable and accessible style, instructors can easily choose which advanced concepts to teach to introductory students while intermediate level programmers can also benefit from its thorough advanced feature coverage.
Java, Java, Java has numerous distinguishing innovations. Particularly it:
• Offers an emphasis on design and problem solving through instruction and examples
• Emphasises OO design concepts such as inheritance and information hiding early on and presents them as an essential component of using an OO language
• Features GUI elements and applets to captivate and maintain the reader's interest while introducing them to real-world examples
• Incorporates action learning tools such as "In the Laboratory" sections, "CyberPet" examples, and drop-in boxes on effective design, programming and debugging tips, and Java language rules
• Covers advanced features of the Java: GUIs, graphics and drawing, exceptions, recursive problem solving; threads and concurrent programming; files, streams, and input/output technique; sockets and networking; and data structures
• Includes a Companion Website-with extensive supplementary resources such as a Study Guide, Power Point slides, Java code-and a CD-ROM that includes the Java code for all the examples in the text. and Java 2 SDK, Standard Edition, Borland JBuilder 3, University Edition, and NetBeans.