Java eLearning Kit For Dummies
As a platform-independent, object-oriented programming language, Java helps developers write once and run anywhere. With this dynamic combination of a full-color printed book and a Dummies online interactive eLearning course, you'll find a wealth of information on the latest release of Java. Featuring both written and animated step-by-step how-tos, practice labs, helpful videos, numerous examples, and a host of Dummies hints and tips, this package makes your learning process easier.
Follow the material sequentially or jump in and out as you wish—it's set up so you can learn at your own pace. Throughout, you will benefit from illustrations, animations, voiceover explanations, and the option of closed captioning if you find you learn better when you can read the instructions.
- Helps self-motivated learners master Java, the leading object-oriented programming language
- Includes an easy-to-follow, full-color book and an online interactive Dummies eLearning Course that corresponds with the book available via access code
- Allows you to follow the material sequentially or choose separate sections at your own time and pace
- Offers chapter summaries, practice exercises, discussions of concepts and essential terms, and much more
Java eLearning Kit For Dummies helps you maximize the potential of this dynamic programming language so you can work more efficiently.
Chapter 1: Starting With Java 7
Chapter 2: Using Primitive Variables 47
Chapter 3: Using Object Variables 75
Chapter 4: Formatting Variable Content 111
Chapter 5: Working with Operators 129
Chapter 6: Working with Conditional Statements 165
Chapter 7: Repeating Tasks Using Loops 185
Chapter 8: Handling Errors 209
Chapter 9: Creating and Using Classes 247
Chapter 10: Accessing Data Sets Using Arrays and Collections 285
Chapter 11: Performing Advanced String Manipulation 337
Chapter 12: Interacting with Files 359
Chapter 13: Manipulating XML Data 387
John Paul Mueller is a veteran technical editor and an expert on computer industry certifications. He has written books on C#, Java, Windows programming, and VBA, and is coauthor of the bestselling C++ All-in-One For Dummies.