This volume is intended as an introduction to Java programming for students from a non-technical background wishing to apply it as a commercial technique. Case studies and specific business applications are also provided on the company's accompanying web site.
This title is intended as a gentle introduction to Java programming for students from a non technical background, wishing to apply it as a commercial technique. Grounded in relevant business applications, it takes a slow approach to introducing programming concepts before moving onto cover object oriented principles and more advanced software design methods. Case studies and specific business applications are also provided on the book's accompanying web site to help reinforce the techniques already learnt.
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COLIN McCORMACK is a lecturer in Management Information Systems at University College Cork and has previously written textbooks for John Wiley.
Table of Contents
Preface - Introduction to Programming - Object Orientation - How to Program - Choices, Objects and Scope - Input/Output, Loops and Data - Classes - Applets and GUI Components - Applications - Data Storage and Manipulation - Databases - Software Development - Appendix A - Appendix B
Java: Getting Down to Business by Colin McCormack
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