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David Flanagan graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is a consulting computer programmer, user interface designer and trainer. His books include X Toolkit Intrinsics Reference Manual and Motif Tools: Streamlined GUI Design and Programming with the Xmt Library. (Bowker Author vis mere Biography) vis mindre

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Indeholder "Preface", "Part 1. Introducing Java", "1. Introduction", " What 1s Java?", " The Java Programming Language", " The Java Virtual Machine", " The Java Platform", " Versions of Java", " Key Benefits of Java", " Write Once, Run Anywhere", " Security", " Network-Centric Programming", " Dynamic, Extensible Programs", " Internationalization", " Performance", " Programmer Efficiency and Time-to-Market", "An Example Program", " Compiling and Running the Program", " Analyzing the Program", " Exceptions", "2. Java Syntax from the Ground Up", " Java Programs from the Top Down", " Lexical Structure", " The Unicode Character Set", " Case-Sensitivity and Whitespace", " Comments", " Reserved Words", " Identifiers", " Literals", " Punctuation", " Primitive Data Types", " The boolean Type", " The char Type", " Strings", " Integer Types", " Floating-Point Types", " Primitive Type Conversions", " Expressions and Operators", " Operator Summary", " Arithmetic Operators", " String Concatenation Operator", " Increment and Decrement Operators", " Comparison Operators", " Boolean Operators", " Bitwise and Shift Operators", " Assignment Operators", " The Conditional Operator", " The instanceof Operator", " Special Operators", " Statements", " Expression Statements", " Compound Statements", " The Empty Statement", " Labeled Statements", " Local Variable Declaration Statements", " The if/else Statement", " The switch Statement", " The while Statement", " The do Statement", " The for Statement", " The for/in Statement", " The break Statement", " The continue Statement", " The return Statement", " The synchronized Statement", " The throw Statement", " The try/catch/finally Statement", " The assert Statement", " Methods", " Defining Methods", " Method Modifiers", " Declaring Checked Exceptions", " Variable-Length Argument Lists", " Covariant Return Types", " Classes and Objects Introduced", " Defining a Class", " Creating an Object", " Using an Object", " Object Literals", " Arrays", " Array Types", " Creating and Initializing Arrays", " Using Arrays", " Multidimensional Arrays", " Reference Types", " Reference vs. Primitive Types", " Copying Objects", " Comparing Objects", " Terminology: Pass by Value", " Memory Allocation and Garbage Collection ", " Reference Type Conversions", " Boxing and Unboxing Conversions", " Packages and the Java Namespace", " Package Deciaration", " Globally Unique Package Names", " Importing Types", " Importing Static Members", " Java File Structure", " Defining and Running Java Programs", " Differences Between C and Java", "3. Object-Oriented Programming in Java ", " Class Definition Syntax", " Fields and Methods", " Field Deciaration Syntax", " Class Fields", " Class Methods", " Instance Fields", " Instance Methods", " Case Study: System.out.println() ", " Creating and Initializing Objects", " Defining a Constructor", " Defining Multiple Constructors", " Invoking One Constructor from Another ", " Field Defaults and Initializers", " Destroying and Finalizing Objects", " Garbage Collection", " Memory Leaks in Java", " Object Finalization", " Subclasses and Inheritance", " Extending a Class", " Superclasses, Object, and the Class Hierarchy", " Subclass Constructors", " Constructor Chaining and the Default Constructor ", " Hiding Superclass Fields", " Overriding Superclass Methods ", " Data Hiding and Encapsulation", " Access Control", " Data Accessor Methods", " Abstract Classes and Methods", " Important Methods of java.lang.Object", " toString()", " equals()", " hashCode()", " Comparable.compareTo()", " clone()", " Interfaces", " Defining an Interface", " Implementing an Interface", " Interfaces vs. Abstract Classes", " Marker Interfaces", " Interfaces and Constants", " Nested Types", " Static Member Types", " Nonstatic Member Classes", " Local Classes", " Anonymous Classes", " How Nested Types Work", " Modifier Summary", " C++ Features Not Found in Java", "4. Java 5.0 Language Features", " Generic Types", " Typesafe Collections", " Understanding Generic Types", " Type Parameter Wildcards", " Writing Generic Types and Methods", " Generics Case Study: Comparable and Enum", " Enumerated Types", " Enumerated Types Basics", " Using Enumerated Types", " Advanced Enum Syntax", " The Typesafe Enum Pattern", " Annotations", " Annotation Concepts and Terminology ", " Using Standard Annotations", " Annotation Syntax", " Annotations and Reflection", " Defining Annotation Types", " Meta-Annotations", "5. The Java Platform ", " Java Platform Overview", " Text", " The String Class", " The Character Class", " The StringBuffer Class", " The CharSequence Interface", " The Appendable Interface", " String Concatenation", " String Comparison", " Supplementary Characters", " Formatting Text with printf() and format()", " Logging", " Pattern Matching with Regular Expressions", " Tokenizing Text", " StringTokenizer", " Numbers and Math", " Mathematical Functions", " Random Numbers", " Big Numbers", " Converting Numbers from and to Strings ", " Formatting Numbers", " Dates and Times", " Milliseconds and Nanoseconds", " The Date Class", " The Calendar Class", " Formatting Dates and Times ", " Arrays", " Collections", " The Collection Interface", " The Set Interface", " The List Interface", " The Map Interface", " The Queue and BlockingQueue Interfaces ", " Collection Wrappers", " Special-Case Collections ", " Converting to and from Arrays", " Collections Utility Methods ", " Implementing Collections", " Threads and Concurrency", " Creating, Running, and Manipulating Threads ", " Making a Thread Sleep", " Running and Scheduling Tasks", " Exclusion and Locks", " Coordinating Threads", " Thread Interruption", " Blocking Queues", " Atomic Variables", " Files and Directories", " RandomAccessFile", " Input/Output with java.io", " Reading Console Input", " Reading Lines from a Text File", " Writing Text to a File", " Reading a Binary File", " Compressing Data", " Reading ZIP Files", " Computing Message Digests", " Streaming Data to and from Arrays", " Thread Communication with Pipes", " Networking with java.net", " Networking with the URL Class", " Working with Sockets", " Secure Sockets with SSL", " Servers", " Datagrams", " Testing the Reachability of a Host", " I/O and Networking with java.nio ", " Basic Buffer Operations", " Basic Channel Operations", " Encoding and Decoding Text with Charsets", " Working with Files", " Client-Side Networking", " Server-Side Networking ", " Nonblocking", " XML", " Parsing XML with SAX", " Parsing XML with DOM", " Transforming XML Documents ", " Validating XML Documents", " Evaluating XPath Expressions", " Types, Reflection, and Dynamic Loading", " Class Objects", " Reflecting an a Class", " Dynamic Class Loading", " Dynamic Proxies", " Object Persistence", " Serialization", " JavaBeans Persistence", " Security", " Message Digests", " Digital Signatures", " Signed Objects", " Cryptography", " Secret Keys", " Encryption and Decryption with Cipher", " Encrypting and Decrypting Streams", " Encrypted Objects", " Miscellaneous Platform Features ", " Properties", " Preferences", " Processes", " Management and Instrumentation", "6. Java Security ", " Security Risks", " Java VM Security and Class File Verification", " Authentication and Cryptography", " Access Control", " Java 1.0: The Sandbox", " Java 1.1: Digitally Signed Classes ", " Java 1.2: Permissions and Policies", " Security for Everyone", " Security for System Programmers ", " Security for Application Programmers", " Security for System Administrators", " Security for End Users", " Permission Classes", "7. Programming and Documentation Conventions ", " Naming and Capitalization Conventions", " Portability Conventions and Pure Java Rules ", " Java Documentation Comments", " Structure of a Doc Comment", " Doc-Comment Tags", " Inline Doc Comment Tags", " Cross-References in Doc Comments", " Doc Comments for Packages", " JavaBeans Conventions ", " Bean Basics", " Bean Classes", " Properties", " Indexed Properties", " Bound Properties", " Constrained Properties", " Events", "8. Java Development Tools ", " apt", " extcheck", " jarsigner", " jar", " java", " javac", " javadoc", " javah", " javap", " javaws", " jconsole", " jdb", " jinfo", " jmap", " jps", " jsadebugd", " jstack", " jstat", " jstatd", " keytool", " native2ascii", " pack200", " policytool", " serialver", " unpack200", "Part II. API Quick Reference", "How to Use This Quick Reference ", "9. java.io ", "10. java.lang and Subpackages ", "11. java.math ", "12. java.net ", "13. java.nio and Subpackages ", "14. java.security and Subpackages ", "15. java.text ", "16. java.util and Subpackages ", "17. javax.crypto and Subpackages ", "18. javax.net and javax.net.ssl ", "19. javax.security.auth and Subpackages ", "20. javax.xml and Subpackages ", "21. org.w3c.dom ", "22. org.xml.sax and Subpackages ", "Class, Method, and Field Index ", "Index ".

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