For the AP* JAVA A Exam Meets requirements for new 2007 AP* Exam using Java 5.0. New! AP* correlation to specific pages in the text. New! Questions at the end of each chapter direct students to the new online supplement for the current Marine Biology AP* case study. New! AP*-type questions included with end-of-chapter material Includes coverage of the enhanced for loop. Provides an introduction to the use of generic collection classes. Uses java.util.Scanner for I/O. Introduces autoboxing and unboxing. Discusses type-safe enumerations. Focuses more on object-oriented principles. Downloadable supplements include Instructor's Manual, lecture PowerPoints, source code, lesson plans, and more. For more information, please visit: http://www.phschool.com/lewis/
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This book teaches beginners how to create well-designed software using Java and prepares them for both the A and AB advanced placement tests in Java. With a focus on object-oriented programming, teaching objects first and then writing classes, the authors identify the material, within an introduction to Java and a case study, that will be featured on the AP tests. Any student preparing to take the AP test in Java.About the Author:
John Lewis is the co-author of the Java Software Structures textbooks used for AP computer science classes, the Java Software Solutions textbook, Java Software Structures, and Programming with Alice and Java. He teaches courses at both Virginia Tech and Radford University. He received his Ph.D. degree from Virginia Tech.
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