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Chapters follow the syllabus of the AP Computer Science course. They will prepare you well for the AP CS exam. Chapters Chapters on file input and output, graphics, graphical user interfaces, and events handling in Java will give you a better sense of real-world Java programming; this material also makes case studies, labs, and exercises more fun.
Chapters deal with more advanced data structures and algorithms. The last chapter, Design Patterns, discusses more intricate aspects of object-oriented design and serves as an introduction to design patterns. The book follows four main threads: OOP concepts and techniques, algorithms, Java syntax and style, and Java libraries. As in the software engineering profession itself, these threads are interwoven into an inseparable braid.
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Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Once again, the Litvins bring you a textbook that expertly covers the subject, is fun to read, and works for students with different learning styles. The book follows Java 5. This edition offers an early focus on object-oriented programming and design and an expanded discussion of the Java collections framework. What has not changed is the authors' respect for students, clear explanation of concepts, common sense about practical software development issues, and realistic and fun case studies and labs.
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