This text is intended for C/C++ programmers who want to learn Java, a programming language that is a derivative of C/C++. It aims to show that Java can be used to develop large-scale business applications as well as Web projects.
Java is a programming language from Sun Microsystems. As a derivative of C/C++ it should be of interest to programmers trained in these languages. Java has been gaining a lot of attention with its ability to create Web applications, but it is also a robust OO language that can be used to develop large scale business applications for networked environments. Mike Daconta takes the approach to explaining all the features of Java in terms to which C and C++ Programmers can relate. This gives them a head start in getting to grips with this hot new language. Each chapter explains Java functions and explores their similarities and differences from C/C++. The book goes on to show how Java may in fact be a better alternative to C and C++ for the building of secure and robust applications. With this in mind, the reader should soon be able to develop full-scale applications, not just small Web projects that can be found in other books. The accompanying disk includes all the source code examples from the book - plus scripts and utilities.
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Java for C/C++ Programmers by Michael C. Daconta
Michael C. Daconta
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