Learning basic logic and fundamental programming techniques are essential for new programmers to succeed. Liang’s distinctive fundamentals-first approach and clear, concise writing style characterize this unique new book. Introduces basic programming concepts of control statements, loops, functions, and arrays before discussing object-oriented programming. Explains abstract concepts carefully and concretely using simple, short, and stimulating examples. Presents explanations in brief segments, with many figures and tables. Offers a variety of interesting examples (approx 150), including games, business applications, and mathematical problems. A useful reference for computer programmers, computer engineers, and data analysts.
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Y. Daniel Liang is the author and editor of the Prentice Hall Liang Java Series. His innovative Java texts have been adopted by many universities throughout the world. Dr. Liang is currently a Yamacraw professor of software engineering in the School of Computing at Armstrong Atlantic State University, Savannah, Georgia.
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