Java 2 Primer Plus

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Sams Publishing, 2002 - 808 σελίδες
Annotation The dual purpose of this book is to provide a complete introduction to the Java programming language that balances theory with practicality. It will allow readers to (1) become Java certified programmers and (2) become productive in their Java development., and to give concrete experience with integrating Java programming technologies. Organized in an instructional style with review questions and projects. This book is based upon the new Java 1.4 platform. Steven Haines is both a practitioner and instructor. He uses the most recent examples and information from the technology industry to provide students with sound Java programming skills. The last part of the book shows how to integrate Java technologies into everyday Web related practices and with other technologies. Java 2 Primer Plusguides the reader through the Java programming language from the basic concepts (basic syntax, variable, literals, operators, loops, conditional statements, etc.) through advanced topics (RMI, JDBC, Network socket programming, etc.). It provides a deep explanation of Java programming concepts and technologies using classroom tested and proven techniques. Steven Hainesis currently the Product Manager for all J2EE products at Quest Software and part of the architectural team that defines the technical strategic direction of future products; he previously worked as the architect on a various range of J2EE products from a large scale B2B e-commerce application to a tight high volume product. He has taught Java at Learning Tree University, with topics ranging from beginning Java through advanced courses including JSP/Servlet-based Web development and Enterprise JavaBeans. In addition to publishing Java 2 From Scratch(Que) in late 1999, he writes an Enterprise Java column on InformIT.com.
 

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INTRODUCTION
1
What You Need to Know Before Reading This Book
2
Conventions Used In This Book
3
Java Foundation
5
Introduction to Java
7
Why Use Java?
8
Java Buzzwords
9
Setting Up a Java Programming Environment
11
The ComponentListener and ComponentAdapter Interfaces
334
The MouseListener and MouseAdapter Interfaces
336
The MouseMotionListener and MouseMotionAdapter Interfaces
339
Summary
341
Exercises
342
JavaBeans
343
Understanding JavaBeans
344
Developing a Simple JavaBean
346

Microsoft Windows
12
Writing Your First Java Program
13
Running Your First Java Program
15
Summary
19
Keywords Data Types and Variables
21
Keywords
22
The ComputerHuman Communication Problem
23
Primitive Data Types
24
Variables
28
Literals
30
Conversion Between Numeric Types
31
Conversion Through Assignment
32
Casting Between Data Types
33
Summary
34
Operators
37
Subtraction
38
Division
39
Increment and Decrement Operators
40
Relational Operators
41
BitWise Operators
42
AND
43
OR
44
NOT Operator
45
Logical Operators
46
ShortCircuit Operators
47
Shift Left Operator
49
Shift Right Fill with Os
50
Java Operator Precedence
51
Summary
53
Flow Control
55
The ifthenelse Statements
56
The switch Statement
59
Loop Constructs
61
The while Statement
62
The for Statement
64
Breaking Out of Loops
67
Labels
68
Summary
70
Review Questions
71
Methods
73
The Format of a Method
74
Calling a Method
75
Complex Class Methods
77
Variable Scope
78
Recursion
80
Recursion Versus Iteration
81
Java Class Libraries
83
Summary
85
Review Questions
86
ObjectOriented Programming
87
Classes
89
ObjectOriented Programming
96
Encapsulation
97
Component Attributes
100
State Attributes
101
GetSet Methods
102
Constructors
103
Class Scope
104
this Variable
105
Composition
106
Finalizers
107
Static Class Members
108
Access Modifiers
109
Anonymous Inner Classes
110
Understanding Object References
111
Summary
112
Exercises
113
Inheritance
115
Interfaces
124
When to Use Inheritance
133
Syntax
134
Access Specifiers
137
Dynamic Binding and Polymorphism
138
Summary
140
Exercises
141
Interfaces
143
Multiple Inheritance
148
Interface Syntax
149
Interfaces Used for Multiple Inheritance Reasons
150
Interfaces Used to Add External Capabilities to a Class
151
Review Questions
152
Exception Handling
153
Exception Definitions
157
Finally Block
158
Exception Classes
160
Throwable Class
161
Throwing Exceptions
162
Creating an Instance of an Exception
163
Rethrowing an Exception
164
Summary
171
Exercises
172
Java Classes
173
Using Javas Wrapper Classes
175
The Boolean Class
176
The Byte Class
177
The Character Class
179
The Double Class
181
The Float Class
183
The Integer Class
185
The Long Class
186
The Short Class
188
Using String Classes
190
The String Class
191
The StringBuffer Class
195
The StringTokenizer Class
198
Summary
199
Review Questions
200
Collection Classes
201
Introduction to Data Structures
202
The Linked List Data Structure
204
The Stack Data Structure
206
The Queue Data Structure
207
The Hash Table Data Structure
208
The Tree Data Structure
209
Collection Concepts
212
Map Interface
213
ArrayList
214
Vector
216
LinkedList
219
The Stack Class
221
HashSet
222
TreeSet
224
HashMap
226
TreeMap
228
Summary
231
Using Javas Input and Output Classes
233
Streams As Input and Output Data Sources
234
ByteOriented Stream Classes
235
Predefined Stream Objects
237
Reading From and Writing to Files
238
Other Byte IO Classes
242
File IO with ReadersWriters
244
Byte and Character IO Classes
245
StreamTokenizer
246
Chaining Streams For Ease of Use
247
Exercises
248
Graphical UserInterfaces
249
Abstract Windows Toolkit
251
Containers
252
Applets
253
Running Applets
254
Frames
256
Panels
262
ScrollPane
264
Programming with Dialogs
267
Adding AWT Components to the GUI
271
Adding Buttons
274
TextArea
277
CheckBox
280
CheckboxGroup
283
Programming with a Choice Control
286
Programming with a List Control
288
MenuBar
291
MenuItem
293
Layout Managers
296
The BorderLayout Manager
297
FlowLayout
299
GridBagLayout
301
Summary
305
Exercises
306
Event Delegation Model
307
Understanding Events
308
Programming with the Java Event Model
309
Using the Other Event Listener Interfaces
316
The ActionListener Interface
318
The ItemListener Interface
321
The TextListener Interface
324
The KeyListener and KeyAdapter Interfaces
327
The WindowListener and WindowAdapter Interfaces
330
Deploying JavaBeans
350
Deployment in Forte
353
Properties Methods and Events
357
Events
359
Summary
365
Exercises
366
The Swing Library
367
Understanding Swing
368
Swing Application Structure
369
Managing Windows
372
JFrame
374
JComponent
375
Using the JScrollPane Control
377
Dialogs
380
Using Swing Components
383
Adding Buttons
385
JTextArea
388
JCheckBox
391
JRadioButton
394
JList
396
Summary
399
Exercises
400
Advanced Swing
401
Adding Headers Scrolling and Formatting
407
Programming with JTree
411
Using the JOptionPane
419
Summary
421
Review Questions
422
Advanced Topics
423
Programming with Threads
425
Controlling Threads with the Thread Class
427
Creating Multithreaded Applications
428
Setting the Names of Threads
430
Creating Threads with the Runnable Interface
432
Interrupting a Thread
434
Stopping a Thread
437
Coordinating Access to Variables from Threads
440
Coordination Between Threads
445
Sending Data Between Threads
449
Summary
453
Exercises
454
Accessing Databases with Java Database Connectivity JDBC
455
Understanding Database History
456
Understanding the Need for JDBC
457
Programming with Java Database Connectivity
459
Querying the Database
462
Creating Tables with JDBC
470
Populating a Database
473
Altering the Data Using JDBC and a GUI
476
Summary
484
Review Questions
485
Network Programming
487
TCPIP Internals
488
The Application Layer
489
The Transport Layer
490
The Internetwork Layer
491
Programming Simple Sockets
492
TwoWay Communication Using Sockets
497
Transferring Complex Objects with Sockets
504
Transferring Streams with Sockets
513
The URL Class
518
Summary
521
Exercises
522
Web Technologies
523
Servlets
525
What Servlets Are and Are Not
526
How Servlets Work
527
Setting Up a Web Environment
528
Installing Jakarta Tomcat
529
Starting Tomcat
530
Testing the Installation
531
Programming Servlets
532
Programming Generic Servlets
533
Deploying the Servlet
535
Understanding HTTP
540
The GET Command
541
The POST Command
543
Programming HTTP
544
HTML Forms and Servlets
551
Calling Other Classes from Servlets
557
Using Cookies to Maintain State
563
Using Session Objects to Maintain State
570
Summary
578
Review Questions
579
JavaServer Pages JSP
581
What JSP Is and Is Not
582
How JavaServer Pages Works
583
Programming with JSP
584
Adding Comments
585
Deploying and Running JSP
586
Defining Methods in JSP
595
Conditional Output
598
Calling JSP from HTML Forms
599
Error Handling
600
Summary
602
Exercises
603
ComponentBased JavaServer Pages
605
Understanding JSP Actions
607
How to include Other JSPs in Your JSP
608
The include Directive
609
The include Action
610
Accessing JavaBeans from JSPs
616
Using JavaBeans to Access Databases
626
Updating the Database
628
Retrieving the Data from the Database
632
Summary
642
Review Questions
643
Custom Tag Libraries
645
How Custom Tags Work
646
Using the Custom Tag Body
652
Passing Parameters with Custom Tags
655
Summary
666
XML
667
XML Components
670
Document Validation
672
Reading XML Documents Using the Simple API for XML SAX Parser
673
Manipulating XML Documents Using the Document Object Model DOM
683
Reading from the XML Tree
684
Outputting the XML Tree
689
XSLT
693
XSL Stylesheets
695
An Example Using XSLT
696
Manipulation XML Documents Using JDOM
698
Reading an XML Document
699
JDOM Example
704
Summary
707
Web Architecture
709
Organizing a Web Site
710
Hypertext Transport Protocol HTTP
711
The Browser
712
The Application
713
The ModelViewController MVC Architecture
714
Servlets
715
JavaServer Pages JSP
718
JavaScript
720
Web Services
722
Summary
725
APPENDIXES
727
Using Borland JBuilder
729
Installing JBuilder
730
Developing Java Applications with the IDE
732
Debugging a Java Application
735
Developing JSPs and Java Servlets with the IDE
738
Summary
743
Sun One Studio Forte Community Edition
745
Installing Sun One Studio 4
746
Developing Java Applications with the IDE
748
Debugging a Java Application
751
Developing JSPs and Java Servlets with the IDE
753
Adding a JSP Page
754
Adding a Servlet
757
Summary
760
Answers to Review Questions
761
Chapter 3
762
Chapter 4
763
Chapter 5
764
Chapter 7
765
Chapter 8
766
Chapter 10
767
Chapter 11
768
Chapter 12
769
Chapter 14
770
Chapter 17
771
Chapter 20
772
Chapter 23
773
Chapter 26
774
INDEX
775
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Steve Haines has worked in the enterprise software industry for the past eight years and has been focusing on Java since 1997. He has been filling key architectural roles in the areas of B2B e-commerce, high-speed Internet marketing, application monitoring and diagnosis, and robust client and server-side image layout and management over the past few years. He is currently the J2EE Domain Architect for Quest Software and is responsible for defining the expert rules for tuning and monitoring Enterprise Java applications and application servers.

He is the author of Que Publishing's Java 2 from Scratch and has numerous articles on InformIT.com in the areas of Java Swing and Enterprise Java. He shares author credits on Java Web Services Unleashed, C++ Unleashed, Sams Teach Yourself C++ in 21 Days, and Sams Teach Yourself Java in 21 Days. He has also worked as a technical editor for Pearson Education in areas of Java, Enterprise Java, Network Communications, C++, and video-game programming. Steve has taught all aspects of Java programming from basic certification training through Database, Web Development, and Enterprise JavaBeans at Learning Tree University (LTU). Steve recently enrolled in a Bachelor's of Biblical Studies at Calvary Chapel Bible College.

Steve Potts is an independent consultant, author, and Java instructor in Atlanta, Georgia. Steve received his Computer Science degree in 1982 from Georgia Tech. He has worked in a number of disciplines during his 20-year career, with manufacturing being his deepest experience. Steve has consulted for such companies as Home Depot, Disney, and IBM. His previous books include Java Unleashed and Java 1.2 How-To. He can be reached via email at stevepotts@mindspring.com.

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