Building Java Programs: A Back to Basics Approach, 5th editionby Stuart Reges and also Marty Stepp
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Welcome to the official authors" companion web website for Building Java Programs: A Back to Basics Approach.This textbook is designed for use in an initial course in computer scientific research.We have created it for a broad audience, not just for computer system scientific research majors.We have course tested it through thousands of undergraduates at the University of Washington, a lot of of whom were not CS majors.
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The fifth edition of our textbook, ISBN 978-0135471944, can be purchased from university bookstores and virtual booksellers.See our How to Order web page for more details.
About the Textbook:
Our book supplies a "earlier to basics" strategy that stresses fundamentals first.We know from years of experience that a broad variety of scientists, engineers and also others have the right to be taught how to regime in a procedural manner.So our book begins with a typical procedural method. Once we have developed a solid foundation of procedural methods, we rotate to object oriented programming.By the finish of the course, students will have learned around both styles of programming.
Our book is likewise problem-focused.Rather than simply describing programming constructs, we talk in information around exactly how to apply each construct and also where a novice is most likely to go wrong once finding out how to usage each brand-new construct.All of our early on chapters end via an extensive "situation study" example so that students have the right to see exactly how to apply the new principles to a mid-sized routine.At the University of Washington, we cover a chapter each week and have a various programming assignment each week to permit students to exercise the brand-new concepts.
Finally, our book is layered in the beforehand chapters so that students don"t come to be overwhelmed.Teaching a novice to regime is prefer building a house of cards.Each brand-new card hregarding be placed very closely.If you rush the procedure and attempt to area too many kind of cards at when, the entire structure collapses.
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I believe this book delivers on its title. It is a well created book that focuses on the basics of finding out a programming language without obtaining shed among "hot" topics like OO, IDE"s, or GUI"s. I will be switching my classes to this book.
- John M. Hunt, Covenant College
- Eric Matboy, Wbest State University
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- Dr. Raj Gill, Anne Arundel Community College
The liberal use of graphics, consisting of those created via text, is an effective approach for helping learners to understand also algorithms, ideas, and so on.. The numbers substantially enhance the equivalent narrative... maybe among the text"s strongest attributes.
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chosen wisely to present enough material without trying to incorporate everything.
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- Tammy VanDeGrift, College of Portland
This is a VERY nice book. <...> The highlights of this book are: starts through a procedural approach (objects come later, but they usage objects like Strings early on on); exceptionally readable; LOTS of clear and relevant examples; non-trivial examples (prefer analysis a big text file to compute and also kind a list of distinct words); and also extremely great attention to loops, functions, ArrayLists, LinkedLists, iterators, the Java Collections Framework (introductory data frameworks prefer HashMap, TreeMap, HashSet, TreeSet, but doing so in a nice method that doesn"t overburden the student) ... and also the authors additionally offer programming tips, short-cuts, and also great attention to off-by-one errors (e.g., fencepost cases).
- Ed Knorr, University of British Columbia
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