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Thinking in Java, 4th edition


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first 7 chapters + index


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Contents
Preface1
Introduction13
Introduction to Objects23
Everything Is an Object61
Operators93
Controlling Execution135
Initialization & Cleanup155
Access Control209
Reusing Classes237
Polymorphism277
Interfaces311
Inner Classes345
Holding Your Objects389
Error Handling with Exceptions        443
Strings503
Type Information553
Generics617
Arrays747
Containers in Depth791
I/O901
Enumerated Types1011
Annotations1059
Concurrency1109
Graphical User Interfaces1303
A: Supplements1449
B: Resources1455
Index1463

  • Bigger than Lord of the Rings. (The JavaPosse)
  • ... I can recommend no book more highly than the classic Thinking In Java, by Bruce Eckel ... the book doesn't just have examples; it's practically built of examples. (Dr. Dobb's Journal Portal)

  • ... I wish I had this book when I started programming. I recommend this book to every student as well as beginner and intermediate Java programmer. This book would also serve as a guide to those who would wish to write the Sun Certified Java Programmer (SCJP) certification exam. It also introduces design patterns and testing which is really good since we see programmers writing 100ís of lines of code with no design pattern being used or a single test case being written often. Get this book and become a better Java programmer. (Book Review in JavaLobby)

  • A "Top 10" book in JavaLobby poll

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