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by Harry McIntosh,Lynnzy Orr

  • ISBN: 1571690441
  • Author: Harry McIntosh,Lynnzy Orr
  • ePub ver: 1218 kb
  • Fb2 ver: 1218 kb
  • Rating: 4.4 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 204
  • Publisher: Waite Group Pr (November 1, 1996)
  • Formats: docx azw mbr txt
  • Category: IT
  • Subcategory: Programming Languages
epub Talk Java to Me: The Interactive Click, Listen, and Learn Guide to Java Programming download

An interactive, multimedia approach to learning Java. Although I'm only a third of the way through the book at this time, I feel the word should be spread about this kind of project

An interactive, multimedia approach to learning Java. The CD-ROM offers animated Java code to illustrate complex programming concepts, quizzes, exercises, and everything you need to get started in Java programming: a compiler, debugger, and applet viewer. The book provides a complete Java reference. All the tools you need to start programming Java: a Java compiler, debugger, and applet viewer. Although I'm only a third of the way through the book at this time, I feel the word should be spread about this kind of project. Actually hearing someone speak about and explain Java is much more beneficial than just an exhaustive guide.

Talk Java to Me book. An interactive, multimedia approach to learning Java. - All the tools you need to start programming Java: a Java compiler, debug An interactive, multimedia approach to learning Java.

This book/CD ROM is a quick and painless way to learn Java. com User, October 12, 1998. I found this approach very useful. The presentation is concise, up to the point, and makes sense. The only recommendation would be to make the flow more interactive. I would like to be able to get more deatail on certain topics. Also it would be nice to have some volume control on the console. Great tool for a begginer in Java who has some programming experience.

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Get a solid understanding of Java fundamentals through series of practical steps to the actual real programming. Book Description Have you ever thought about learning how to make your computer do what you want it to do?

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These tutorials are written for beginners so even if you have no prior knowledge in Java, you won’t face any difficulty understanding these tutorials(this page includes core Java tutorial and advanced Java tutorial). Tutorials on Java basics. To get the complete list of java programs, refer: Java Examples. 94. Java program to Display Fibonacci Series 95. Java program to Find Factorial 96.

Covers the basic through advanced applications of Java and explains how to use them for such functions as animation, event-handling, audio, and multithreading; and the CD-ROM provides a tutorial, compiler, debugger, and applet viewer. Original. (Beginner).
Comments (3)

snowball
Now Java 7 is out, and Sun is gone, having been swallowed by Oracle, this book is woefully out of date.

But this still has the most phenomenal cover of any programming book ever.
Delirium
Although I'm only a third of the way through the book at
this time, I feel the word should be spread about this kind
of project. Actually hearing someone speak about and explain
Java is much more beneficial than just an exhaustive guide.
Especially for someone like myself who is self-taught.
This book/cd combo delivers. By tailoring the presentation
in response to two simple questions, the authors have "gone
the extra step" to insure the reader gets what they deserve.
Even though the technical terms are used (which have to be
in order to learn the language) they are presented with
animations pointing out in actual code what they are. The cd
runs smoothly picking up where you last left off after each
lesson you complete. Excercises are provided along with
answers to help drive the info into your memory.

The format of this book is something I hope other publishers
and authors take note of- A supportive cd with more than just
the guts of the book regurgitated, questions/problems WITH
ANSWERS provided and the ability to customize the way in
which information is presented to the reader.

All in all, with an exceptionally low price for a book/cd
combo, this package is well worth the money.
Enalonasa
I found this approach very useful. The presentation is concise, up to the point, and makes sense. The only recommendation would be to make the flow more interactive. I would like to be able to get more deatail on certain topics. Also it would be nice to have some volume control on the console. Great tool for a begginer in Java who has some programming experience.

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