Published May 31, 2000
by Pearson Education .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||1128|
Thinking in Java. is the only book I know that explains the WHY of Java; why it was designed the way it was, why it works the way it does, why it sometimes doesn’t work, why it’s better than C++, why it’s File Size: 6MB. In Thinking in Java, Third Edition, Bruce Eckel revises his widely-praised Java introduction to fully reflect the power of Java 2 Standard Edition, Version This new edition of the book that won the 4/5(31). Thinking in Java begins a little esoterically, with the author’s reflections on why Java is new and better. (This book’s choice of font for chapter headings is remarkably hard on the eyes.) The author outlines . Greater than nearly another book, Thinking in Java helps you perceive not simply what to do — however why. Eckel introduces all of the fundamentals of objects as Java makes use of them; then walks .
Thinking In Java is one of two books I recommend to anyone looking to get started in object-oriented Java coding. It will always hold a special place on my bookshelf, and I'll be forever in debt to Bruce /5. The philosophy behind the book Here are the guiding principles that make the book the way it is: One concept at a time. We break down topics that give beginners trouble into a series of small steps, so Cited by: 3. It is much more like a specification of the language than a guide to programming WITH the language. I read most of it by jumping on random threads and as far as I remember I learned what technologies of . Thinking in Java is definitely the thinking person’s choice in a Java book. Robert S. Stephenson Thanks for writing a great book. The more I read it the better I like it. My students like it, too. Chuck Iverson I .
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