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Java (Addison-Wesley) (Cód: 9245771)

Chan,Patrick

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' 'I love this book. Its dense condensation of the details a developer needs makes it the one book I pull out over and over again.'' --James Gosling, Fellow and Vice President, Sun Microsystems, Inc., and inventor of the Java(TM) programming language ''This reminds me of the catalogs of integrated circuits that we use to build hardware systems, and shows how far and fast Java(TM) technology has come in having a library of incredibly useful software components. An indispensable desk reference!'' --Bill Joy, co-founder, Sun Microsystems, Inc. ' 'I think this book is, quite simply, a stroke genius. I've been lamenting the stack of books on Java(TM) technology I've had to pore over when all I needed was a detail about some method or package. The' Almanac 'is the one-stop shop I was unconsciously waiting for.'' --John Vlissides, IBM TJ Watson, and co-author of the best-selling book 'Design Patterns' Quoted from his keynote at JavaOneSM 'The Java(TM) Developers Almanac 2000' is the most up-to-date and complete quick reference for the Java Class Libraries--JDK(TM)1.0, 1.1, and J2SE(TM) v1.2, v1.3. (Due to space constraints, the javax.swing.plaf. packages are not included.) No other quick reference includes as much information in a single convenient volume. Information from 2,100 classes and 24,000 members is carefully formatted and arranged for easy lookup. In this book you will find: More than 300 examplets(TM) that succinctly demonstrate the most common operations for a package Complete member listings of every class (including inherited members!) Class inheritance hierarchies for every package An extensive cross-referencesection Detailed analysis of API changes for each major release Quick reference information for the language, the virtual machine, Java Native Interface, PersonalJava(TM) platform, and more No matter what level programmer you are, you will find this book an invaluable tool for everyday development. 0201432994B04062001 I love this book. Its dense condensation of the details a developer needs makes it the one book I pull out over and over again. -James Gosling, Fellow and Vice President, Sun Microsystems, Inc., and inventor of the Java programming language This reminds me of the catalogs of integrated circuits that we use to build hardware systems, and shows how far and fast Java technology has come in having a library of incredibly useful software components. An indispensable desk reference! -Bill Joy, co-founder, Sun Microsystems, Inc. I think this book is, quite simply, a stroke genius. Ive been lamenting the stack of books on Java technology Ive had to pore over when all I needed was a detail about some method or package. The Almanac is the one-stop shop I was unconsciously waiting for. -John Vlissides, IBM TJ Watson, and co-author of the best-selling book Design Patterns Quoted from his keynote at JavaOneSM The Java Developers Almanac 2000 is the most up-to-date and complete quick reference for the Java Class Libraries-JDK1.0, 1.1, and J2SE v1.2, v1.3. (Due to space constraints, the javax.swing.plaf. packages are not included.) No other quick reference includes as much information in a

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Marca Addison Wesley
Cód. Barras 9780201432992
Altura 23.39 cm
I.S.B.N. 9780201432992
Profundidade 4.93 cm
Referência 003685674
Acabamento Brochura
Número da edição 3
Ano da edição 2000
Idioma Inglês
Número de Páginas 1057
Peso 1.24 Kg
Largura 18.75 cm
AutorChan,Patrick

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