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Object-Oriented Programming in Java (MCP-Imprint Waite Group Press) (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 13. Oktober 1997

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Aimed at beginning to intermediate programmers, this text prepares readers for actual software development by covering the Java language comprehensively. It covers basic programming concepts, testing and debugging, and the AWT library.

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This is easily the most disorganized "textbook" I have read. There is useful material in the book, but the information is not grouped in a logical, coherent manner. One has to keep skipping from chapter to chapter to obtain enough information on a particular topic. I would have preferred to see the elements of the language presented first; i.e. a discussion of primitive types, classes, packages, objects and how they interrelate. This should then be followed by a treatment of language constructs: decisions, looping, exception handling etc. The book presents this material, but may introduce other aspects of Java such as wrappers, and System IO as well. This information does not logically belong someplace where the main focus is a discussion of IF statements, for instance. It is therefore difficult to skim quickly through these sections because you may miss some advanced Java "pearl" which may be introduced while discussing case statements, for example.
Another fundamental error which is a deterrent to smooth reading is the penchant of the authors to use program snippets having aspects not yet discussed or introduced. For example, the first few chapters of the book introduce applet design which uses AWT concepts not explored until the latter chapters.
There are the usual layout errors - the Unicode column on Page 124 is off by 1. More serious errors - the explanation of the toString method for Strings on Page 415 is incorrect.
All in all, the material in the book is useful. The presentation is so haphazard however, that it makes the book useless for any kind of organized study.
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Von Ein Kunde am 5. Februar 1999
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Funny, intuitive and certainly clear! I went from being confused about Java to having a clear as day understanding of the language. Simply put this book teaches java using the english language, using methaphors we all know and understand, all while keeping a lighter side to things. I've bought about 3 or 4 books on java before thinking they were good and I could use them, but as I delved into the "teaching" I later found that the more complicated the chapter got the more confused I got. I have also finally found a book which does not isolate me from the java classes by building their own intermediary classes which handle the final code. Here, you deal with the code itself, not some bundled java classes which you are required to import in order to compile the example. Mitchell Waite did it again!
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Von Ein Kunde am 3. Mai 1999
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I found this book the best to clear the basic fundamentals of the language. It definately is the stepping stone with a strong foundation for all those who want to learn Java on their own. The language is lucid, easy to undrestand. The OOP's concepts which are pictorically described makes a permanent impression on the reader such that the concepts are not mingled. As mentioned no prior requirement of C++ is required. I certainly do consider this book my Bible(no exaggeration). For advanced concepts I may refer to some other books giving a detail on the topic but for the fundamentals I stick to this book.
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If you've never programmed anything before, Java is the best language to learn, and this is the best book to teach it. This book doesn't just teach the language, it teaches object oriented computer science. The most important thing in choosing computer books is making sure you are the book's intended audience. For someone who's never programmed, it's perfect. However, I don't think an experienced programmer needs to go over everything from the beginning, unless it's someone who has a lot of trouble understanding OOP. It's still a great book that covers a lot extremely well.
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This is the best book I have seen yet that truly encapsulates the whole design process in an easy to digest format. The important thing to emphasize is that the design principles that are conveyed here can be applied to anything. I thought I really knew what Object-Oriented Design was until I got this book. This book explains in detail all the requisite information on techniques and tools in implementing good design decisions. I am requiring everyone at my company, Q - interactive, to read this book . This is a 'must-have' book for your reference library.
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I have just finished a semester of Java in college but I wanted a book to help clarify the concepts I've learned for review over the summer and so that what I learned would sink in further. I also wanted to learn TRUE Java code (1.1 as opposed to Microsoft's VJ++). I've only read the first few chapters and yet I found this book to be helpful so far. This is the first programming language I have learned and so there were things I learned that were still fuzzy and this book is, chapter by chapter, step by step, clarifying those concepts. Thanks.
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