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Quick reference descriptions of the most commonly used features of Java are listed in an alphabetical format. Entries cover the classes and methods that the programmer will need on a day-to-day basis, along with information on programming syntax, keywords, functions, commands, and class libraries. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Instant Access to Essential Java Information. Here's a wealth of Java information at your fingertips! This compact desktop reference won't spend much time sitting on your desk. Rather, it will be in your hands all day-providing you with quick, succinct explanations of programming syntax, keywords, commands, functions, and class libraries including Java 1.1. Written by today's number one programming author, Herb Schildt, this vital memory jogger holds a complete listing of essential Java programming information in an easy-to-use, alphabetical format-much like a trusted dictionary. At a glance you'll find concise explanations of the most recent Java keywords and methods, and critical definitions illuminated in clear and readable language. Whether you're a beginning programmer or a Java guru, the Java Programmer's Reference is one programming aid you won't want to be without! Jump to essential Java syntax, keywords, commands, and functions quickly! Learn about the most valuable classes in the Java API libraries; Packed with expert tips to speed your work. ABOUT THE AUTHORS Herbert Schildt is a world-renowned programming author. His books have sold more than 1.5 million copies worldwide and have been translated into all major foreign languages. He is the co-author of JAVA: The Complete Reference with Patrick Naughton and is also the author of many best-sellers, including C: The Complete Reference, Now in its edition; Teach Yourself C++; and C++: The Complete Reference. Joel O'Neil works at AT&T Laboratories in New Jersey and uses Java to build prototypes of new communication services. He has degrees in Electrical Engineering from Cooper Union and Stanford University.
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