Beginning Java Objects: From Concepts To Code, 2nd Edition by Jacquie Barker

By Jacquie Barker

Between Java's many beautiful gains as a programming language, its object-oriented nature is essential to making robust, reusable code and functions which are effortless to take care of and expand. to use those features, you are going to needn't purely to grasp the syntax of the Java language, but in addition to achieve a pragmatic figuring out of what items are all approximately, and extra importantly, tips to constitution a Java program from the floor as much as utilize items. With starting Java gadgets: From options to Code, you are going to research all 3!

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Compare a road map with a topographical map, a climatological map, and a population density map of the same region: each abstracts out different features of the real world—namely, those relevant to the intended user of the map in question. As another example, consider a landscape. An artist may look at the landscape from the perspective of colors, textures, and shapes as a prospective subject for a painting. A homebuilder may look at the same landscape from the perspective of where the best building site may be on the property, assessing how many trees will need to be cleared to make way for a construction project.

The SRS will verify whether or not the proposed plan of study satisfies the requirements of the degree that the student is seeking. Once a plan of study has been established, then, during the registration period preceding each semester, the student is able to view the schedule of classes online, and choose whichever classes he or she wishes to attend, indicating the preferred section (day of week and time of day) if the class is offered by more than one professor. The SRS will verify whether or not the student has satisfied the necessary prerequisites for each requested course by referring to the student’s online transcript of courses completed and grades received (the student may review his or her transcript online at any time).

Three additional case studies—for a Prescription Tracking System, a Conference Room Reservation System, and an Airline Ticketing System, respectively—are presented in Appendix B; these serve as the basis for many of the exercises presented at the end of each chapter. To round out the book, I’ve included a final chapter (Chapter 18) entitled “Next Steps,” which provides suggestions for how you might wish to continue your object-oriented discovery process after finishing this book. In that chapter, I provide a list of recommended books that will take you to the next level of proficiency, depending on what your intention is for applying what you’ve learned in my book.

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