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To Vol.1 : Supplement for the Java 2 Platform Standard Edition, v1.2 (Java Series) Taschenbuch – Illustriert, 1. Juni 1999
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The Supplement for the Java 2 Platform takes the form of a series of entries, each detailing the characteristics of a single class. Entries include a full statement of the class's inheritance, a full list of the members of the class (with flags next to those members that are new or have changed since Java 1.1), and detailed subentries on the flagged members. Members' subentries include a brief statement of the member's purpose and syntax, along with a prose description of the member's behavior. All members' subentries also include either an illustrative example or a reference to one that appears with another member. --David Wall
Continuing the successful format of The Java Class Libraries, the supplement contains descriptions of the new pacakges and classes introduced in the Javao 2 Platform, Standard Edition, version 1.2. It also provides details on how the classes and methods have changed from JDKo 1.1. Together, this supplement and The Java Class Libraries, Second Edition, Volume 1, provide a complete reference to the following packages: java.io, java.lang, java.lang.ref, java.lang.reflect, java.math, java.net, java.text, java.util, java.util.jar, and java.util.zip.
The extensive class and member descriptions contain details crucial for developing robust and professional applets and applications. Each description is supplemented by an example that demonstrates the class or member in a relevant context. Numerous examples facilitate learning-by-example and provide useful code for your projects. The information is presented in an easy-to-use, dictionary-like format. Each class description includes:
- a class hierarchy diagram showing its connection to related classes
- a detailed overview describing its purpose and key concepts
- a convenient member summary that briefly describes each member and arranges the members into related groups
- an example demonstrating the class in a "real-world" context
- comprehensive descriptions and an example for each member
- Herausgeber : Addison-Wesley Longman, Amsterdam; 2. Edition (1. Juni 1999)
- Sprache : Englisch
- Taschenbuch : 1200 Seiten
- ISBN-10 : 0201485524
- ISBN-13 : 978-0201485523
- Abmessungen : 6.1 x 19.81 x 22.86 cm
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- An plain English explanation of each class and method.
- Sample code for every class and method.
- Intelligent organization that enables you to find a given class or method quickly.
- A comprehensive, well-organized index that thinks like you do.
This summarizes the content of this book and the other two in the series and explains why they are the three books I wouldn't dream of programming in Java without. (I've been a professional Java developer since 1996.) Buy the book and make your life easier.
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I agree with the several other reviewers that these two volumes, though bulky, are virtually essential to any major java project.
My only criticisms are: (1) there's no review of the template mechanism that fixes types to various container classes -- I had to turn to the (poor) online documentation to figure out how that works, and (2) no overview of the language. You need to turn to one or another tutorial textbooks for that. Or the Java Developer's Reference, from Sams, published in 1996, no longer in print, which I found invaluable for its discussions of the more esoteric features of java.