Starting Out with Java Early Objects (5th Global Edition)

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book-author

Tony Gaddis

publisher

Pearson; 5th Global Edition

file-type

PDF

pages

1232 pages

language

English

asin

B00XN46TTG

isbn10

1292076046

isbn13

9781292076041


Book Description

This ebook; Starting Out with Java Early Objects; 5th global edition (PDF) by the author Tony Gaddis is intended for use in the Java programming course. Gaddis’s step-by-step; accessible; presentation helps beginning college students understand the important details necessary to become skilled programmers at an introductory level. Tony motivates the study of both the Java programming language and programming skills by presenting all the details needed to understand the “why” and the “how”—but never losing sight of the fact that most beginners struggle with this material. His approach is both gradual and highly accessible; ensuring that programming students understand the logic behind developing high-quality programs.

In Starting Out with Java: Early Objects 5e global; the author Tony Gaddis looks at objects—the fundamentals of methods and classes—before covering procedural programming. As with all Gaddis textbooks; clear and easy-to-read code listings; practical and concise real-world examples; and an abundance of exercises appear in each chapter.

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book-author

Tony Gaddis

publisher

Pearson; 5th Global Edition

file-type

PDF

pages

1232 pages

language

English

asin

B00XN46TTG

isbn10

1292076046

isbn13

9781292076041

Table of contents


Table of contents :
Cover……Page 1
Title……Page 7
Copyright……Page 8
Contents……Page 11
Preface……Page 17
1.2 Why Program?……Page 25
1.3 Computer Systems: Hardware and Software……Page 26
1.4 Programming Languages……Page 30
1.5 What Is a Program Made of?……Page 33
1.6 The Programming Process……Page 40
1.7 Object-Oriented Programming……Page 43
Review Questions and Exercises……Page 48
Programming Challenge……Page 52
2.1 The Parts of a Java Program……Page 55
2.2 The System.out.print and System.out.print ln Methods, and the Java API……Page 61
2.3 Variables and Literals……Page 67
2.4 Primitive Data Types……Page 73
2.5 Arithmetic Operators……Page 84
2.6 Combined Assignment Operators……Page 93
2.7 Conversion between Primitive Data Types……Page 94
2.8 Creating Named Constants with final……Page 98
2.9 The String Class……Page 100
2.10 Scope……Page 105
2.11 Comments……Page 107
2.12 Programming Style……Page 111
2.13 Reading Keyboard Input……Page 113
2.14 Dialog Boxes……Page 121
2.15 The System.out.printf Method……Page 128
2.16 Common Errors to Avoid……Page 140
Review Questions and Exercises……Page 142
Programming Challenges……Page 147
3.1 Classes……Page 153
3.2 More about Passing Arguments……Page 173
3.3 Instance Fields and Methods……Page 176
3.4 Constructors……Page 179
3.5 A Bank Account Class……Page 185
3.6 Classes, Variables, and Scope……Page 196
3.7 Packages and import Statements……Page 197
3.8 Focus on Object-Oriented Design: Finding the Classes and Their Responsibilities……Page 198
Review Questions and Exercises……Page 207
Programming Challenges……Page 211
4.1 The if Statement……Page 217
4.2 The if-else Statement……Page 226
4.3 The Payroll Class……Page 229
4.4 Nested if Statements……Page 233
4.5 The if-else-if Statement……Page 241
4.6 Logical Operators……Page 246
4.7 Comparing String Objects……Page 254
4.8 More about Variable Declaration and Scope……Page 259
4.9 The Conditional Operator (Optional)……Page 261
4.10 The switch Statement……Page 262
4.11 Formatting Numbers with the Decimal Format Class……Page 272
4.12 Focus on Problem Solving: The Sales Commission Class……Page 278
4.13 Generating Random Numbers with the Random Class……Page 285
4.14 Common Errors to Avoid……Page 291
Review Questions and Exercises……Page 292
Programming Challenges……Page 297
5.1 The Increment and Decrement Operators……Page 303
5.2 The while Loop……Page 307
5.3 Using the while Loop for Input Validation……Page 314
5.4 The do-while Loop……Page 317
5.5 The for Loop……Page 320
5.6 Running Totals and Sentinel Values……Page 331
5.7 Nested Loops……Page 336
5.9 Deciding Which Loop to Use……Page 344
5.10 Introduction to File Input and Output……Page 345
5.11 Common Errors to Avoid……Page 365
Review Questions and Exercises……Page 366
Programming Challenges……Page 372
6.1 Static Class Members……Page 381
6.2 Overloaded Methods……Page 388
6.3 Overloaded Constructors……Page 393
6.4 Passing Objects as Arguments to Methods……Page 400
6.5 Returning Objects from Methods……Page 413
6.6 The toString Method……Page 416
6.7 Writing an equals Method……Page 420
6.8 Methods That Copy Objects……Page 422
6.9 Aggregation……Page 425
6.10 The this Reference Variable……Page 438
6.11 Inner Classes……Page 441
6.12 Enumerated Types……Page 444
6.13 Garbage Collection……Page 453
6.14 Focus on Object-Oriented Design: Class Collaboration……Page 455
6.15 Common Errors to Avoid……Page 459
Review Questions and Exercises……Page 460
Programming Challenges……Page 465
7.1 Introduction to Arrays……Page 473
7.2 Processing Array Contents……Page 484
7.3 Passing Arrays as Arguments to Methods……Page 496
7.4 Some Useful Array Algorithms and Operations……Page 500
7.5 Returning Arrays from Methods……Page 512
7.6 String Arrays……Page 514
7.7 Arrays of Objects……Page 518
7.8 The Sequential Search Algorithm……Page 522
7.9 The Selection Sort and the Binary Search Algorithms……Page 525
7.10 Two-Dimensional Arrays……Page 533
7.11 Arrays with Three or More Dimensions……Page 545
7.12 Command-Line Arguments and Variable-Length Argument Lists……Page 546
7.13 The ArrayList Class……Page 550
7.14 Common Errors to Avoid……Page 558
Review Questions and Exercises……Page 559
Programming Challenges……Page 563
8.1 Introduction to Wrapper Classes……Page 571
8.2 Character Testing and Conversion with the Character Class……Page 572
8.3 More about String Objects……Page 579
8.4 The StringBuilder Class……Page 593
8.5 Tokenizing Strings……Page 602
8.6 Wrapper Classes for the Numeric Data Types……Page 611
8.7 Focus on Problem Solving: The TestScoreReader Class……Page 615
Review Questions and Exercises……Page 619
Programming Challenges……Page 623
9.1 What Is Inheritance?……Page 629
9.2 Calling the Superclass Constructor……Page 640
9.3 Overriding Superclass Methods……Page 648
9.4 Protected Members……Page 656
9.5 Classes That Inherit from Subclasses……Page 663
9.6 The Object Class……Page 668
9.7 Polymorphism……Page 670
9.8 Abstract Classes and Abstract Methods……Page 675
9.9 Interfaces……Page 681
9.10 Common Errors to Avoid……Page 692
Review Questions and Exercises……Page 693
Programming Challenges……Page 699
10.1 Handling Exceptions……Page 705
10.2 Throwing Exceptions……Page 728
10.3 Advanced Topics: Binary Files, Random Access Files, and Object Serialization……Page 736
10.4 Common Errors to Avoid……Page 752
Review Questions and Exercises……Page 753
Programming Challenges……Page 759
11.1 Introduction……Page 763
11.2 Dialog Boxes……Page 766
11.3 Creating Windows……Page 777
11.4 Layout Managers……Page 804
11.5 Radio Buttons and Check Boxes……Page 821
11.6 Borders……Page 834
11.7 Focus on Problem Solving: Extending the JPanel Class……Page 836
11.8 Splash Screens……Page 850
11.9 Using Console Output to Debug a GUI Application……Page 851
Review Questions and Exercises……Page 855
Programming Challenges……Page 860
12.1 Read-Only Text Fields……Page 865
12.2 Lists……Page 866
12.3 Combo Boxes……Page 883
12.4 Displaying Images in Labels and Buttons……Page 889
12.5 Mnemonics and Tool Tips……Page 895
12.6 File Choosers and Color Choosers……Page 897
12.7 Menus……Page 901
12.8 More about Text Components: Text Areas and Fonts……Page 910
12.9 Sliders……Page 915
12.10 Look and Feel……Page 919
12.11 Common Errors to Avoid……Page 921
Review Questions and Exercises……Page 922
Programming Challenges……Page 927
13.1 Introduction to Applets……Page 933
13.2 A Brief Introduction to HTML……Page 935
13.3 Creating Applets with Swing……Page 945
13.4 Using AWT for Portability……Page 953
13.5 Drawing Shapes……Page 958
13.6 Handling Mouse Events……Page 978
13.7 Timer Objects……Page 989
13.8 Playing Audio……Page 993
Review Questions and Exercises……Page 998
Programming Challenges……Page 1004
14.1 Introduction……Page 1007
14.2 Scene Graphs……Page 1009
14.3 Using Scene Builder to Create JavaFX Applications……Page 1011
14.4 Writing the Application Code……Page 1025
14.5 RadioButtons and CheckBoxes……Page 1035
14.6 Displaying Images……Page 1049
Review Questions and Exercises……Page 1054
Programming Challenges……Page 1058
15.1 Introduction to Recursion……Page 1063
15.2 Solving Problems with Recursion……Page 1066
15.3 Examples of Recursive Methods……Page 1070
15.4 A Recursive Binary Search Method……Page 1077
15.5 The Towers of Hanoi……Page 1080
15.6 Common Errors to Avoid……Page 1084
Review Questions and Exercises……Page 1085
Programming Challenges……Page 1088
16.1 Introduction to Database Management Systems……Page 1091
16.2 Tables, Rows, and Columns……Page 1097
16.3 Introduction to the SQL SELECT Statement……Page 1101
16.4 Inserting Rows……Page 1122
16.5 Updating and Deleting Existing Rows……Page 1125
16.6 Creating and Deleting Tables……Page 1134
16.7 Creating a New Database with JDBC……Page 1138
16.8 Scrollable Result Sets……Page 1139
16.9 Result Set Meta Data……Page 1141
16.10 Displaying Query Results in a JTable……Page 1144
16.11 Relational Data……Page 1155
16.12 Advanced Topics……Page 1176
16.13 Common Errors to Avoid……Page 1178
Review Questions and Exercises……Page 1179
Programming Challenges……Page 1184
Appendix A Getting Started with Alice 2……Page 1187
A……Page 1213
B……Page 1214
C……Page 1215
D……Page 1216
F……Page 1217
H……Page 1218
J……Page 1219
M……Page 1221
O……Page 1222
R……Page 1223
S……Page 1224
U……Page 1226
X……Page 1227
Credits……Page 1229

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