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Java as the first programming language

This book offers a systematic introduction to the Java programming language. It does not require any knowledge of other programming languages. It is aimed at those students who aim to learn the basics of the Java language and object orientation in a well-founded manner.

All program examples and all pictures in the book as well as the solutions to the tasks contained in the book and the project example are available online on the publisher's website.

Basics of programming - Object-oriented concepts - Introduction to the Java programming language - Simple example programs - Lexical conventions - Data types and variables - Expressions and operators - Control structures - Blocks and methods - Classes and objects - Inheritance and polymorphism - Packages - Exception handling - Interfaces - Nested classes - Threads - Genericity - Introduction to Collections - I / O and Streams
Students of computer science and related courses
Prof. Dr. Cornelia Heinisch teaches at the FOM - University of Economics & Management.
Prof. Dr. Joachim Goll has retired. He taught at the Esslingen University of Applied Sciences.

Keywords

Java beginners Control structures Surface programming Polymorphism Programming languages ​​Java 8

Authors and affiliations

  • Joachim Goll
  • Cornelia Heinisch
  1. 1.STZ Software TechnologyEsslingenGermany
  2. 2.Business ITFOM HochschuleStuttgartGermany

About the authors

Prof. Dr. Cornelia Heinisch teaches at the FOM - University of Economics & Management.

Prof. Dr. Joachim Goll has retired. He taught at the Esslingen University of Applied Sciences.

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