Java is a high-level, cross-platform, object-oriented programming language that allows applications to be written once and run on a multitude of different devices. Java applications are ubiquitous, and the language is consistently ranked as one of the most popular and dominant in the world. Christopher Rose's Java Succinctly Part 1 describes the foundations of Java - from printing a line of text to the console, to inheritance hierarchies in object-oriented programming. The e-book covers practical aspects of programming, such as debugging and using an IDE, as well as the core mechanics of the language.
This open book is licensed strictly for personal or educational use. You can download Java Succinctly Part 1 ebook for free in PDF format (2.9 MB).
Table of Contents
Data Types and Variables
Operators and Expressions
Example Programs and Conclusion
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